Are carmakers on track to meet EU’s 2020 car CO2 target?

After years of increasing car CO2 emissions and growing SUV sales, the long awaited 2020/21 EU car CO2 standard entered into force and the CO2 emissions of new cars dropped instantly in January 2020.

But as the electric car sales were taking off, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the lockdown on activity and brought car sales and dealerships to a virtual halt. As the CO2 rules for 2020/21 remain in force, and as the car sales bounce back, many questions remain.

Will carmakers meet this year’s target or be forced to pay fines? What are the different ways in which the industry will comply with the CO2 goals? And what does this mean for Europe’s nascent electric vehicle market?

To get answers to all of these questions, join the T&E webinar launching our new report analysing the 2020 car emissions and EV market in Europe. We will present the new analysis on the carmakers’ performance in the first half of 2020 and their compliance strategies and forecasts the electric car market for 2020 and 2021.

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