For some time the trade associations have been clamoring for the refinancing of the incentive system, a move that would be decisive for the raise of the automotive sector. If in recent months the numbers registered on the two- and four-wheeler market (in particular the last ones) have been extremely positive, a large part of the credit must be attributed to the tax concessions put in place. by the State and the Regions, which have encouraged motorists to scrap a long-standing and polluting car and replace it with a newer and more ecological one.
The Euro 6 and electric incentives are back, until 31/12
After weeks of discussions, we are moving towards the refinancing of these incentives, a move that as you remember The print on newsstands today would also be certified by the amendments presented to Sostegni-bis decree law, now being examined by the House Budget Committee and awaiting the final go-ahead to the text within the week. The proposal is to extend the eco-bonus for the automotive sector to 31 December, and to do so by allocating 300 million for refinancing: 50 million for the purchase of hybrid and electric cars (between 0 and 60 grams of CO2 per km), 200 million for Euro 6 petrol or diesel cars (between 61 and 135 grams of CO2 per km) and 50 million for vehicles commercial. As mentioned, the proposal is now being examined by the House, but the feelings about its approval are good.