The European Environment Agency (EEA) is the body that is responsible for controlling that automakers comply with emissions established in Europe. They have now gone their reports of 2015 and tell us that there were two brands that have not met their targets. Aston Martin and Ferrari will be fined for exceeding the established emissions. The amounts will not be very high due to the low volume of sales of both.
On the one hand we have Ferrari that will pay a fine of 410.760 euros for breaching the regulations. It should be noted that some models of the ‘prancing horse’ brand have a price higher than that figure. Minor is still that of Aston Martin, which will only have to pay 36.370 euros to spend with emissions. An amount that is well below the cost of its cheapest model.
According to the said report the average emissions of the vehicles sold in Europe is 119.5 g/km of CO2. Is a 8% below the objective for 2015 that was located at 130 g / km. The brands that best it made and that are near meet the target for 2021 were Peugeot with 104 g / km, Renault and Citroen with 106 g / km and Toyota with 108 g / km. That worst stood out were Jaguar Land Rover with 164 g / km.
He objective cited above that is wants to get for the year 2021 is that the emissions of CO2 are of 95 g / km. There are a series of manufacturers that, even having met its objective in 2015, will have that improve in this aspect to get to such figure. These four are Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Opel, Ford and BMW. An of them measures that more help for lowering these data is the inclusion of vehicles electric and hybrid plug-in to the range.