European automobile manufacturers have significantly reduced the environmental impact of motor vehicle production over the last decade.
Gothenburg, 19 June 2018 – The European Automotive and Telecom Alliance (EATA) supports the push by EU member states to address challenges to getting connected and automated vehicles on Europe’s roads in a far-reaching, coordinated manner.
30 new passenger cars were registered per 1,000 inhabitants in the EU in 2017.
In 2017, the average new passenger car emitted 118.5g CO2/km.
Some 13.3 million Europeans, or 6.1% of the EU employed population, work in the automotive sector. Moreover, the 3.4 million high-skilled jobs in automotive manufacturing represent 11.3% of the EU's manufacturing employment.
Over 5% of all passenger cars on Europe's roads run on alternative fuels, but only 1.5% of all light commercial vehicles and 2.1% of buses.
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