Also Ferrari and Lamborghini they will be protagonists of the process of zeroing emissions of the range by 2035. In recent days the hypothesis of a sort of exemption from this point of view for supercar manufacturers had emerged, an immediate solution dampened by the EU Commission. “The proposal to reduce emissions from new cars by 100% by 2035 concerns all car manufacturers, and these must contribute to it“, explained without too many words a spokesman for the European body promoting the proposal to ban the sale of thermal cars after 2035.
The Minister of Ecological Transition Roberto was also on the side of the supercar manufacturers Cingolani, which to the microphones of Bloomberg had advanced the hypothesis of exempting Ferrari, Lamborghini and all the car manufacturers that compete in that segment from the obligation to zero the emissions of their range by the middle of the next decade. This is because, said the minister, the process of complete electrification of the range by these manufacturers can never be “simple” like that of any other car manufacturer, for reasons obviously related to technologies and batteries that are necessarily on supercars. of things more complicated and expensive to be developed. In short, a hope that Ferrari and Lamborghini were starting to cultivate, and that the EU Commission promptly extinguished in the bud.
FP | Andrea Trezza
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