The EU could set a 2025 CO2 target of 70g/km for cars without having to rely on electric vehicles, a new study indicated this week.
A mix of combustion engine technologies and hybrid electric cars would allow the EU to meet the target “with few or possibly no electric vehicle sales”, the study by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) found. This would cost €1,000 to €2,150 per car, with annual fuel savings rising to €450, it added.
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