Post Profile

Germany's Bundesrat Resolves End Of Internal Combustion Engine

German Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt in a Tesla S at the 2014 AMI Auto Show (Photo: Jens Schlueter/Getty Images) Diesel and gasoline-powered vehicles officially are an endangered species in Germany, and possibly all of the EU. This after Germany’s Bunderat has passed a resolution to ban the internal combustion engine starting [...]
read more


Related Posts

German motor vehicle watchdog widens diesel probe to 23 brands

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's motor vehicle regulator will run tests on more than 50 car models of 23 German and foreign auto brands on suspicion of more manipulation of nitrogen oxide emissions from diesel engines, it said on Wed...

Germany’s Transportation Chief Wants To Retest Every Volkswagen Now

Vehicles / Automotive Industry News : The Truth About Cars

German authorities said Wednesday that they would retest all Volkswagen cars — regardless of engine type or brand — for emissions compliance, Reuters reported. German transportation minister Alexander Dobrindt expressed his “irritat...

Germany invites U.S. experts to check diesel tests after VW scandal

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt has invited U.S. experts to Germany to observe checks being conducted on vehicles with diesel engines, as a result of Volkswagen's emissions-rigging scandal. On a visit...

German Lawmakers Vote to Ban the Internal Combustion Engine 

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The modern internal combustion engine first came from Germany and now Germany wants to put a nail in its coffin. The Bundesrat has passed a resolution to ban the ICE beginning in 2030. Read more...

German Government Pushes For An End To Internal Combustion Engines After 2030

Vehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Germany’s Bundesrat, the legislative body of the federal states in the country, passed a resolution in a recent meeting calling upon the European Union to ban anything but zero-emissions vehicles on EU roads within the next 14 years...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC