Manufacturers fear that the fall in sales of diesel cars will accelerate.
The Brussels decision to ban diesel and petrol vehicles from 2030 and 2035 provoked angry reactions from players in the sector. Starting with the Febiac. “Taking such a decision shows a real lack of knowledge of the automotive sector”, says Andreas Cremer, Managing Director of Febiac. “Rather than prohibiting, we expect the Brussels government to implement concrete alternatives that can promote electromobility in Brussels, such as the development of an efficient network of charging stations which will inevitably require an urgent modernization of the Brussels electricity network.