Euro 7 looms, with ambitions to police emissions beyond the lab

EU-wide carbon neutrality by 2050 will require an enormous effort. Euro 7 will introduce stricter standards, and will sharpen the focus on real world emissions. By Xavier Boucherat

Euro 7 could prove the last iteration of the EU’s emissions regulations for new passenger car vehicles, prior to the universal adoption of zero-emissions vehicles in the new car market. At that point, regulators may then turn their attention to further addressing challenges specific to electric vehicles (EV), including ‘well-to-wheel’ emissions and battery recycling requirements. It is a strange, perhaps unsettling thought, especially considering that in Q1 2020, fully battery-electric vehicles accounted for under 4% of market share, according to ACEA.

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