Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Car-Free Weekends in Germany? No thanks, says Keiji Sudo, Toyota Germany

Sudo says the recent decision by the European Union to slash carbon dioxide emissions for new cars to an average 120 grams per kilometre by 2012 is "a major challenge for us."

But he doesn't think much of other climate protection measures mentioned in Germany, such as car-free weekends or a general speed limit on motorways.

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Toyota Germany supports the sales of more hybrids, but please don't stop driving.

1 comment:

judith t. said...

Subtext: You can be environmental, but for god's sake, keep driving.