Ferrari, Lamborghini Seek EU Combustion Ban Exemption, Porsche Fires Back | MotorBiscuit

During the summer of 2021, the European Union proposed banning the production of new combustion engines by 2035. Italy has requested an exemption to the EU combustion ban. The country aims to protect its “niche” supercar manufacturers Ferrari and Lamborghini. The CEO of Porsche immediately fired back, calling decarbonization a “global issue” and insisting “everyone has to contribute.”

Commission considering 2035 EU combustion ban for all ICE vehicles

Ferrari Grand Prix V12 | Photo by Paul-Henri Cahier/Getty Images

In July 2021, the European Union proposed a 55% reduction in new internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles by 2030 and a 100% reduction by 2035. As a result, selling new internal combustion vehicles in the Union may be illegal after 2035. The EU Parliment still has to vote on the ban.

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