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Around the world, regulations are changing as governments and automakers look to improve fuel economy and eliminate carbon emissions. But how has Covid-19 affected funding for these changes in an era where the pandemic has curtailed revenues and greatly impacted OEMs' bottom-lines? IHS Markit is developing four whitepapers on this topic. Fill out the form at right and get all four whitepapers sent directly to your email box. Note: Completed whitepapers will also be available behind the form.
- CO₂ Compliance Status of EU Passenger Car Manufacturers
What do EU28 car manufacturers' positions look like in terms of CO2 emissions targets what is the likeliness of fine avoidance? This report clarifies how the European CO2 emission legislation applies to passenger vehicles in 2020 and evaluates what legislative facilities are available to assist manufacturers to define their CO2 status.
- Is COVID-19 Impact and SAFE Rule an Enabler on
Investment Reduction to Meet Regulation? (Now Available!)
Will the SAFE rule which reduced regulatory targets, along with the impact of Covid-19, allow for a powertrain investment reduction in the United States? This paper focuses on the impact of COVID-19 and implementation of SAFE rule, with a nearly exclusive focus on change in market size for various technologies and change in investments by automotive manufacturers, for passenger cars (PCs) and light-duty trucks (LDTs) combined.
Compliance and Investments for EU Passenger Car Manufacturers (Now
What is the current cost burden of European car manufacturers that will enable them to meet 2025 Europe CO2 compliance? Are the investments adequate to protect 2030 CO2 compliance as well? This report provides details on key measures to reduce CO₂ along with an emphasis on resulting incremental powertrain cost.
- 2030 EU Passenger Car CO₂ Emission Target and Impacts
Under the Green Deal (Now Available!)
Passenger car electrifications for fleet CO2 reduction is considered an important pathway leading to the Green Deal objective. But what are the gaps to comply in 2030, how much electrification is needed to meet the 2030 target, and at what level of investments will such movements incur? In this report we review three scenarios for the 2030 passenger car CO2 emission target: (1) 37.5% reduction from 2021 based on current legislation, (2) 50% reduction based on the Impact Assessment of 2030 Climate Target Plan, and (3) 55% reduction based on a recent EU voting result towards 60% GHG reduction by 2030 from the 1990 level.