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🟣NUOVE AUTO USA: CONSUMO AUMENTA 38 MPG

🟣NUOVE AUTO USA: CONSUMO AUMENTA 38 MPG

Giorno: 07 giugno 2024 | Ora: 20:50 Le nuove auto vendute negli Stati Uniti dovranno avere un consumo medio di circa 38 miglia per gallone di benzina nel 2031, rispetto alle attuali 29 miglia per gallone, secondo le nuove regole federali presentate dall'amministrazione Biden. Le nuove norme aumenteranno l'efficienza del carburante del 2% all'anno per i modelli dal 2027 al 2031 per le auto e dal 2029 al 2031 per i SUV e i veicoli leggeri. Gli ufficiali dell'amministrazione hanno affermato che i requisiti meno severi permetteranno all'industria automobilistica di concentrarsi sui veicoli elettrici e che requisiti più rigidi avrebbero comportato costi significativi per i consumatori senza risparmi di carburante sufficienti a compensarli.

New cars sold in the United States will have to have an average fuel efficiency of about 38 miles per gallon of gasoline by 2031, compared to the current 29 miles per gallon, according to new federal rules proposed by the Biden administration. The new regulations will increase fuel efficiency by 2% per year for models from 2027 to 2031 for cars, and from 2029 to 2031 for SUVs and light-duty vehicles. Administration officials have stated that the less stringent requirements will allow the auto industry to focus on electric vehicles, and that stricter requirements would have imposed significant costs on consumers without sufficient fuel savings to offset them.

New vehicles sold in the U.S. will have to average about 38 miles per gallon of gasoline in 2031 in real-world driving, up from about 29 mpg this year, under new federal rules unveiled Friday by the Biden administration. The final rule will increase fuel economy by 2% per year for model years 2027 to 2031 for passenger cars, while SUVs and other light trucks will increase by 2% per year for model years 2029 to 2031, according to requirements released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Administration officials said the less strict requirements will allow the auto industry flexibility to focus on electric vehicles, adding that higher gas-mileage requirements would have imposed significant costs on consumers without sufficient fuel savings to offset them.