Monday , November 30 2020

CO2 emissions from cars increased by 1.82% until November, after the collapse of diesel fuel

Mean carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions for the period from January to November in Spain was 116.73 grams per kilometer dioxide that represents an increase of 1.82% over the same period for new cars and off-road vehicles in the past year, MSI data.

Federation of Automobile Dealers (Faconauto) emphasize that the increase in the average CO2 emissions of new cars sold in Spain in connection with an increase in vehicle registrations of gasoline, to the detriment of diesel models.

"This is an obvious indication that the debate over diesel generated unrealistic. He displayed a common goal, that sector is fully involved, that is to achieve sustainable mobility "point.

In this context, they referred to as "technology neutrality" are supported and that "the root of the problem" will be solved: the very old (12 years on average) and pollutes the fleet. "We must contribute to the solution passing through the promotion of a breakdown of these old cars," said Faconauto.

In November, the increase in CO2 emissions from new cars sold in the Spanish market accounted for 1.74% in comparison with 2017 the eleventh month of the year, up to 117 grams per kilometer.

Last month, 91.063 vehicles were sold in Spain, 61.3% of registrations models corresponds to 30.5% of petrol and diesel versions, in accordance with the manufacturers' associations (ANFAC), dealers (Faconauto) and sellers (Ganvam).

At the same time, gained 52.8% have been reported this year 1.22 million cars have a gasoline engine, compared with 33.8% of the diesel models.

Continued poor prognosis for diesel fuel

According to MSI, to which he had access, registration of cars and SUVs with diesel engines will decrease by 19.2% in Spain this year, to stand at 481.622 units compared with 596.581 units sold last year.

Diesel cars continue thus cede its share of the gasoline market. At the end of 2018, writes the penetration of 36.25%, 12.05 percentage points less than in 2017.

In addition, consultation expects sales of diesel cars continue to fall in 2019, with 7% less supply (444.927 units) compared to the current year. In contrast to the gasoline vehicles sales in the country will grow by 29.5% to 739.385 units, which would mean a penetration rate of 55.6%, 9.4 percentage points higher. In 2019 they will increase by 3.6%, with 766.493 vehicles sold.

According to MSI, this year 1.32 million cars and SUVs in the Spanish market to be sold, which will lead to an increase of 7.5% as compared to 1.23 million units were registered in 2017.

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