Small carmakers could be exempt from emissions plans

Niche carmakers could be granted derogations from EU plans to reduce CO2 emissions from new cars and vans by 2030, according to sources close to inter-institutional closed-door talks held on Tuesday

Niche carmakers could be granted derogations from EU plans to reduce CO2 emissions from new cars and vans by 2030, according to sources close to inter-institutional closed-door talks held on Tuesday.

However, the more contentious aspects of the plans – such as the average emissions cuts over the decade to 2030 and the sales quota for zero and low-emission vehicles (ZLEVs) – have been postponed to the next round of talks scheduled for 4 December.

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