Hibrid, Elektrik, Hidrogen

Itali Mahu Pengecualian Larangan Enjin Petrol Untuk Ferrari, Lamborghini

Jadi, adakah Porsche, BMW dan Bugatti akan berdiam diri mengenai pengecualian larangan ini?

Ketika kebanyakan kerajaan Eropah bersiap sedia untuk melarang kenderaan enjin pembakaran baharu dijual di bilik pameran pada tahun 2025 hingga 2030, pemerintah Itali tiba-tiba beralih pendirian ketika membuat kenyataan untuk memberikan pengecualian kepada dua jenama supercarnya.

Ya, setelah bertahun-tahun bertegas dengan Asia tentang pelepasan kenderaan, kini ada pembicaraan tentang membenarkan supercar terpilih untuk terus menjual mesin berkuasa petrol berkuasa tinggi. Itali adalah rumah kepada kereta sport testosteron tinggi laju dan penghirup minyak yang dibuat oleh Ferrari dan Lamborghini dan mereka jelas tidak bersedia untuk mengorbankan muzik nota enjin dan sudah mencari jalan untuk mengelak diri dari cadangan larangan Kesatuan Eropah ini.

Ferrari telah menghasilkan dan menjual supercar hibrid plug-in seperti 296 GTB dan Lamborghini membuat tuntutan berani bahawa mereka akan berkuasa bateri sepenuhnya pada 2030 dengan supercar hibrid akan datang.

Media Statement

The Italian government is currently in talks with the European Union on shielding supercar makers from the phase-out, planned to go into effect by 2035, according to Roberto Cingolani, minister for ecological transition.

While Rome backs Europe’s commitment to cut emissions by phasing out the most-polluting engines, the supercar sector “is a niche, and there are ongoing discussions with the EU Commission” on how the new rules would apply to high-end carmakers who sell far fewer vehicles than mainstream producers, Cingolani said in an interview with Bloomberg TV at the Ambrosetti Forum in Cernobbio, Italy.

“These cars need very special technology and they need batteries for the transition,” Cingolani said. “One important step is that Italy gains autonomy in producing high-performance batteries,” he said, which is why the country is set to launch a “giga-factory program” for large-scale battery production.

The Commission announced the phase-out plan in July as part of the region’s effort to cut emissions that contribute to global warming. But the timeline could be challenging for luxury producers that make cars whose powerful engines emit above-average levels of pollution. Their lower sales volumes cap possibilities for economies of scale from converting plants.

The EU is still in the early stages of considering the plan, as the proposed rules will now be discussed by member states and the European Parliament. The process is likely to take as long as two years, with some countries likely to propose amendments to protect their companies and industries. An EU spokesperson on Monday declined to comment on the Italian minister’s remarks, noting that “all car manufacturers will have to contribute to this reduction” in emissions.

The CEO of Porsche echoed those sentiments, and thinks it would be a mistake if the European Union caves to the Italian government’s push to exempt supercars from the ban. It would be the wrong move on performance grounds, since “electric in the next decade will be unbeatable,” Oliver Blume told Bloomberg Television. He also suggested the likes of Ferrari need to play their part. “De-carbonization is a global question and everybody has to contribute,” he said.

Porsche baru-baru ini melancarkan kereta perlumbaan elektrik sepenuhnya mereka, Mission R dan Mercedes-Benz telah berkongsi pemanduan elektriknya dengan penuh semangat dan komitmen, termasuk AMG dua bulan yang lalu.

Kami yakin langkah pemerintah Itali ini terjadi kerana lobi keras dari Ferrari dan Lamborghini untuk terus meraih keuntungan gila dari penjualan enjin petrol.

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Ross Hadi

Ross Hadi

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8 tahun bersama Daniel Ferrnandez dalam rancangan Car Tunes di radio.
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