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New 'Euro 7 Standard' regulations for cars will come in to place in 2030

NEW 'EURO 7 STANDARD' REGULATIONS FOR CARS WILL COME IN TO PLACE IN 2030The European Union has reaffirmed its commitment to a more sustainable and healthy future, with The Euro 7 Standard regulation about to bring important changes to the emissions and performance standards of motor vehicles.

Recently, the European Parliament approved a version of Euro 7 which, although less “aggressive”, still represents a significant step towards reducing air pollution and improving air quality.

Expected to come into force in 2030, the Euro 7 Standard establishes strict criteria that car manufacturers must follow. The main objective is to ensure a significant reduction in pollutant emissions from vehicles, ranging from cars and commercial vans to heavy vehicles, such as trucks and buses, sold in European Union countries.

One of the most striking innovations will be the implementation of an environmental passport for each vehicle, containing detailed information about its performance at the time of registration. This information will include pollutant emission levels, CO2 emissions, fuel and electrical energy consumption, electric range, engine power and battery durability.

In addition, vehicle users will have access to up-to-date information on fuel consumption, battery health, pollutant emissions and other relevant data generated by on-board systems and monitors.

The implementation of Euro 7 will not only bring environmental benefits, but also improvements in vehicle safety. With the introduction of new technologies and higher standards, a significant reduction in air pollution and harmful gas emissions is expected by 2035.

The entry dates of the Euro 7 Standard have been established: it is expected to come into force in July 2030 for cars and light commercial vehicles, followed by buses and trucks 12 months later.

With these new rules, the European Union reaffirms its commitment to "a more sustainable and healthier future, promoting innovation and the adoption of cleaner and more efficient technologies in the automotive sector."

Source https://postal.pt/

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