Verbrenner-Aus ab 2035: Zwei Drittel der Deutschen sind dagegen

17 mar 2023 3:52 p.m

A vast majority of 67 percent of Germans are against the EU plan that from 2035 no new cars should be driven by a combustion engine. This was shown by the ARD Germany trend this week.

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From 2035, only new cars that do not emit any greenhouse gases during operation are to be sold in the EU. Loud ARD– Germany trend is in this country just every fourth (25 percent) for it. While there is a clear majority of 69 percent for the project among Green voters, the highest proportion of approval is otherwise among young voters up to the age of 34 (33 percent) and among respondents with higher educational qualifications (34 percent).

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The traffic light coalition is divided on this. Transport Minister Volker Wissing (FDP) had vetoed that only e-cars come onto the market. Instead, new cars that run on so-called e-fuels, synthetic fuels, should also be registered.

In 2022, the federal government spent more money to promote electric vehicles than ever before. According to figures from the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control from December last year, around 3.2 billion euros went to the buyers of around 640,000 vehicles.

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