The European Union is currently developing a new environmental standard for vehicles designated as Euro-7, which will be applied in Europe from 2025.
Many European automotive experts believe that after the introduction of the new environmental standard, the era of internal combustion engines will actually end. Car manufacturers will stop developing them.
Meanwhile, it is noticed that the network of charging stations for electric cars and hybrids in Europe is still developing. By 2025, the infrastructure for this category of cars will be developed.
It is not yet known exactly what standards Euro-7 will contain. It is assumed that Euro 7A will have 66 percent lower carbon dioxide emissions compared to Euro 6D, nitrogen emissions – twice less and particulate emissions – six times less.
Euro 7B will have even stricter requirements. Its carbon dioxide emissions will be 90 percent lower than Euro 6D, nitrogen emissions are six times lower, and particulate matter emissions are 10 times lower.
The Euro 7A standard will start to be applied in the European Union in 2025, and Euro 7B – a few years after Euro 7A.
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