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Germany votes to ban production of gas-powered engines

A country that made its mark on the world by developing quality cars for both the common man and the high-end spender now wants to transform that legacy. The German government has voted to ban the production of all internal combustion engines by 2030. Der Spiegel reports Germany's top governing body — the Bundesrat — voted to allow only zero-emission vehicles on roads in 14 years.
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