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The new cars of the fall

TO ANALYSE – Unsurprisingly, SUVs, now electrified, will continue to monopolize the news for the coming months.

Against a backdrop of tension and uncertainty – the shortage of semiconductors is still slowing down production and the war in Ukraine is causing energy prices to soar – manufacturers are continuing to renew their ranges. Often at a forced march to adapt to the ecological transition. Unsurprisingly, to meet the next deadlines for reducing CO emissions2, all new models convert to partial electrification (hybridization) or total (100% electric). By the way, the 1er January 2035, from the new to the electric market (battery or hydrogen), voted by MEPs, manufacturers must respect a trajectory for reducing carbon emissions.

In light of the challenges and constraints posed by this revolution on the entire sector in an eminently changing context, the decisions taken by Europe raise a number of questions. As such, it appears essential, as manufacturers demand…

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