Ferrari and Aston Martin will be fined for the high emissions
Automakers selling cars in the EU exceeded in average prescribed by the regulators targets to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) in 2015
New cars sold in the EU in 2015, threw on average 119,5 g CO2 per km, which is 8% below the target of 130 g/km, and less in comparison with the previous year by 3.1%.
According to the annual report of the Department only Ferrari and Aston Martin Lagonda are unable to reduce the emissions of the engines to an acceptable level and will be fined. Four of the automaker – Fiat Chrysler (FCA), Opel, Ford Motor and BMW — has met the standards for 2015, but they need to cut emissions more rapidly to achieve the target for 2020/2021 (95 g/km), said regular.
Penalties for Ferrari and Aston Martin would be negligible, calculated by Automotive News Europe. Based on the amount of excess emissions and the number of registered vehicles Ferrari should get a penalty in the amount of 410 760 euros, and Aston Martin – just 36 370 euros.
All automakers offering cars in the European car market, the objectives for reducing emissions in the fight against climate change.
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