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 CO2 EMISSIONS  | GERMANY
Germany’s average April CO2 emissions from cars rise to 130.4g/km
Published: Thu, 17th May 2018 18:29:18 GMT  
 

GERMANY CO2 from new car sales trend

The actual percentage change in the average CO2 emission from cars in Germany this April may still look tiny, but the 1.6 per cent increase against the same month last year to 130.4 g/km is likely seen by car makers with dismay

This April Germany’s new car sales rose 8 per cent, but same month sales of more CO2 efficient diesel cars fell by a contrasting 12.5 per cent. 

But that’s not all. 

Following the underlying trajectory of recent months and years, April saw yet another above average rise (+20.5%) in generally less fuel efficient SUV/Crossovers.

While some of these factors have had a detrimental effect on the now closely watched average CO2 vehicle emissions front in Germany, some of these detrimental gains in average vehicle CO2 emissions were offset in part by the sale of pure electric (BEVs) cars and plug-in hybrids (PHEVs). 


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