By on June 7, 2013

EU Parliament - Picture courtesy mscomalumni.usi.ch

An attempt of Germany to water down CO2 targets, about to be imposed by the EU, explains why automakers are eager to build EVs despite a lack of an eager market. Germany proposes that so-called supercredits can be used to off-set the limits. “Unlimited supercredits could allow the manufacture of electric cars for which there is little or no demand, while allowing just as many polluting vehicles as before on to the roads,” campaigners against supercredits told Reuters. (Read More…)

Recent Comments

  • Inside Looking Out: Ford was the most profitable company in the world before 2001 tyre fiasco. It took 7 years after...
  • SCE to AUX: Actually, this *is* the sort of thing that makes America great. Again, if you will.
  • mcs: @goatshadow: It might be a short nap. I think it’s getting the same charging system that’s coming to...
  • 65corvair: It looks like your legs are the crumple zone. This version will never be legal where there are crash...
  • Fred: Unfortuantly for me, the only place I am going to see these cars is at a auction when the owner thinks he can...

New Car Research

Get a Free Dealer Quote

Staff