Germany Wary Of Europe’s Ban Of Fossil Fuel Cars By 2035… Too Pricey, Technically Unfeasible

As the EU Parliament voted on February 14th to ban the registration of new fossil fuel cars beginning in 2035, it appears the folly of the idea is just beginning to dawn on those who had been expected to take a more critical stand much earlier.

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Moreover, it appears even the regular German citizens are finally having doubts about the mad rush to e-mobility, as a new Allensbach survey suggests.

“Many people in Germany still have reservations about the widespread adoption of electric cars, mainly because of their high cost,” reports the German Blackout News here. “Although a majority of respondents believe that electric drives will become established in the next ten years, only 22 percent consider this desirable.”

There are number of reasons why Germans are not sold on the idea of electric cars, among them: the environmental impacts of mining the raw materials to produce the batteries and the after-life recycling. Another problem is the limited range and heavy weight of electric cars. The biggest reason why Germans are not inclined to switch to electric cars is the high price.

“According to the survey, the main reservations about electric cars are the purchase price, the limited number of charging stations, expensive electricity and doubts about the environmental balance, as well as the now threatened throttling of electricity purchases,” Blackout News sums up.

Cars remain an indispensable means of travel for German citizens, and so cost and reliability will remain the top factors to consider when a car purchase gets made. While 47% of the respondents said they use a car daily, only 18% said they use a bicycle daily.

Alternatives too pricey, inefficient

Blackout News also reports why other options like hydrogen are not going to be a real alternative, due to the high costs involved in producing hydrogen and “the lack of infrastructure for its distribution.”

The same is true concerning e-fuels, which are very electricity-intensive and inefficient in internal combustion engines, experts say.

Experts do point out that e-cars are “the environmental optimum”, but only if they are powered by green electricity generated from renewable energy sources such as wind or solar plants. In most countries this is far from being the case.

No “yuppie” rules

Germany’s opposition leader Friedrich Merz of the center-right Christian Democrat Union (CDU) sharply criticized the EU Parliament’s call for a ban of the internal combustion engines beginning 2035: “We will not take our cue from the yuppies in the big cities,” the CDU leader said. (See story, Die Welt here).

8 responses to “Germany Wary Of Europe’s Ban Of Fossil Fuel Cars By 2035… Too Pricey, Technically Unfeasible”

  1. Climate Heretic

    Electric Vehicles (EV) are the bait. Does not matter what the pro’s or con’s are. You must have them to save the world. However once you have gone down that path, the real consequences of doing this become apparent.

    In the future you will not be able to own one why because to expensive, or your conscious will not allow you to buy one because of how they are made. In addition you will not be able to use a petrol car because they will have become illegal.

    At this stage the switch has taken place without you realising that the elites do not want you plebs from moving around they want you controlled, put in a prison and served as a product to others.

    This method ‘bait and switch’ also known as the carrot and the stick method. EV is a bait and switch tactic and controlling you is the objective.

    Watch the video by Neil Oliver. It gives a clear cut demonstration of the bait and switch tactic. Once you have seen it, you cannot unsee it.[1]

    Climate Heretic

  2. Bernd Felsche

    Well, Bosch actually came out and said that it can’t be done.

    The tide is changing. Some large corporations will be left high and dry, holding veritable ashtrays for motorcycles and buggy whips.

  3. voza0db

    It does not matter… The MAIN GOAL is to deprive the herds of modern moron slaves of vehicles. THEY WILL SUCCEED!

    As for the choices the german herd does surrounding the terrorists/jester it VOTES for, this is the result…

    German foreign minister Baerbock on the question if Ukraine will be save if Putin stays President:
    “If Putin doesn’t change by 360 degrees, no”

    Keep up with the Good VOTING…

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