Legislators in California have agreed to ban internal combustion engine vehicle sales by 2035, a move that State Governor Gavin Newsom described as the beginning of the end for ICEs.
California is the largest auto market in the United States. Currently, about 16% of cars sold in California are electric, up from 12.4% last year, according to state statistics. More than a dozen other states typically follow California’s lead when setting their own auto emissions standards. If those states follow suit, the restrictions will apply to about a third of the U.S. car market.
The sweeping plan, voted in on Aug. 25 by the state’s Air Resources Board, will decrease and ultimately ban the sale of gasoline cars. The rule could speed up automakers’ plans to produce more cleaner vehicles – the state will levy fines for those automakers who fail to do so.
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