ACEA locks in on LCVs amid CO2 legislation

The European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) is calling on the European Commission to pay special attention to the specificities of the light commercial vehicle (LCV) segment when setting future CO2 targets.

The European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) is calling on the European Commission to pay special attention to the specificities of the light commercial vehicle (LCV) segment when setting future CO2 targets.

Even though some of the key principles (such as using mass as the parameter and target calculation) can be shared with CO2 legislation for passenger cars, ACEA believes the ambition level for LCVs should be assessed separately. Moreover, LCV legislation should also cover some additional requirements. Most importantly, any future proposal should consider the specificities of multi-stage vehicles, reflect the design constraints of LCVs and the individual modalities required to reach post-2021 CO2 targets.

ACEA and its members advocate the following key principles for a post-2021 CO2 framework focused on light commercial vehicles, some to be shared with CO2 legislation for passenger cars and others specifically applying to the LCV segment:

http://www.acea.be/uploads/publications/LCV_CO2_ACEA.pdf

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