The state of New York in the eastern United States has announced a policy to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered vehicles within the state by 2035.
In the United States, Western California has already decided on regulations for gasoline vehicles, and automakers are likely to be forced to respond.
On the 29th, the state of New York announced a policy to oblige all new passenger cars sold in the state to be zero-emission vehicles that do not emit exhaust gas while driving, such as EV = electric vehicles, by 2035.
In effect, Gov. Hawkle has instructed state officials to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles in the state by 2035.
"We are moving New York City toward clean transportation, and today's announcement will benefit our climate and health for generations to come," said Gov.
In August in the United States, the western state of California also decided on a regulatory proposal to completely ban the sale of new gasoline-powered vehicles in the state by 2035, and automakers are likely to be forced to respond.