Volkswagen meets European carbon emissions targets

by SpeedLux
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Volkswagen said their carbon emissions from passenger vehicles in 2021 were about 2% under the European target limits at 118 grams per kilometer, according to initial figures, the automaker said this week.

About 472,300 electric vehicles were delivered in European Union, Norway and Iceland in 2021, 64% above the previous year, the automaker said.

The proportion of battery-electric and hybrid vehicles among total sales increased to 17.2% from 10.1% the year earlier.

BMW and Daimler have said that initial figures showed they had also met European emissions targets, but they are yet to provide the specific figures.

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