Brexit: Just drive pollutants in the United Kingdom?

In Great Britain the market of cars with high CO2 emissions is not small, it is a market that sees several large SUV’s and other automobiles is large and heavy popular in that country.

With the Brexit, and the exit from the European Union, might change the supply of cars to the difficulty in complying with the limits of 95 grams/kilometre of carbon dioxide, an overdraft that costs a lot.

Currently the cars that are the least efficient in terms of consumption, and therefore with higher emissions are offset by the sale of models is generally smaller maybe sold outside of the United Kingdom.
An opportunity that you can take advantage of after the exit from the EU, and then there are those who hypothesize that the manufacturers may modify their bid to avoid hefty fines. The more that is expected to be adopted in the legislation in force in the EU also in the United Kingdom, and then from 2021, it will be logical to review the mix of models offered for sale.

The Houses that do not comply with the objectives of emission limits of CO2 will pay 95 euro fine for each gram of overruns, and for all the cars sold. The average emissions in the Uk in 2019 were 127,9 grams/kilometer: 35% more than 95 g/km expected this year.

According to The Guardian, which reported the news, the CO2 emissions from car traffic have increased for the third year in a row, which underlines the difficulties that will face the sector in the sale of new models.

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Al Bedwell, an analyst with LMC Automotive, said he expected the withdrawal from the market in the EU, and the United Kingdom, some of the models that are more pollutants in the next two years. Adding that efforts to increase the sales of the electric vehicles may not work, given the lack of consumer demand.

The emissions of the car manufacturers in the United Kingdom and represent 18% of the total, but their reduction is considered to be crucial in achieving the next goals: return to 1990 levels by 2050.