- What you will discover...
- There has been a fall in diesel demand in Europe since 2016 as countries are more conscious of fuel emissions
- The 5EU (UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain) account for 80% of western light vehicle sales and have seen a drop in diesel penetration from 50.5% to 37.1%
- Diesel was a primary instrument for meeting European Commission rules for CO2 emission but now original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) need to rush electric vehicles to avoid being penalized
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Calum MacRae, Director of Automotive Product Development at GlobalData, commented:
“The effect of this change has been deleterious for the industry. Fleet CO2 emissions tracked continuously downwards since 2000, but registered a marginal uptick in 2017 that became more pronounced in 2018.”
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