2035 is too soon.
The European Union is going to stop selling new cars with internal combustion engines as early as 2035, but even in Germany there are opponents to such aggressive goals, since the local industry is simply not able to switch over to the production of exclusively electric vehicles and cars on hydrogen fuel cells within the specified time frame.
According to information Reuters, Japan, which is promoting hybrids in the domestic market through the efforts of Toyota, is ready to insist on the exclusion from the G7 policy documents on ecology of specific deadlines for refusing to sell new vehicles with internal combustion engines after 2035. Instead, Japanese lobbyists are pushing for “a significant increase in the share of zero-carbon cars by 2030.”
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In addition, Japan insists on abandoning the goal of achieving a 50% share of cars with zero carbon emissions by 2030 among the G7 countries. Japan is not yet ready to challenge the goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, but it is obvious that the largest automaker represented by Toyota Motor is trying to lobby its interests at the global level, because the company is quite conservative in relation to battery electric vehicles, and offers to use in the internal combustion engine hydrogen. Italian supercar manufacturers, by the way, are also fighting for the right to sell powerful internal combustion engines, provided they are filled with environmentally friendly synthetic fuels.