The automobile industry will not expect the impact of car sales on the "clean diesel policy" of the government. We have already gradually reduced the production of diesel vehicles to meet global trends, and sales outside the public sector were not stopped immediately.
"The impact of zero emissions on the public-sector diesel car is unlikely to be large," an official from the domestic finished car industry said. Said. Eye We are focusing on developing gasoline engines and developing eco-friendly electric vehicles to meet these environmental policies. "
As a matter of fact, sales of domestic diesel vehicles continue to decline. Diesel vehicles, which accounted for 52.5% of all vehicles in 2015, fell to 45.2% after reaching 47.9% in the first half of 2016.
The automotive industry has reduced the production of diesel vehicles in parallel with global efforts to strengthen environmental standards. In the case of a fuel economy in the past the diesel engine.
Here, the government officially rejected the Non-Diesel policy, and the industry sees the production of long-term diesel models in the passenger car sector.
Previously, Hyundai Motor, stopped the production of diesel models such as Grandeur, Sonata, i30 and Max Cruz. Kia Motors also decided not to launch the K3 diesel model. SsangYong Motor, which has a high proportion of diesel vehicles, continues to increase the share of gasoline vehicles.
Import car companies are the same as well. Fiat Chrysler decided to stop producing all diesel vehicles by 2022 and Toyota stopped the sale of diesel models in Europe. Nissan and Volvo also decided to stop developing a new generation of diesel engines.
Eco-cars are expected to replace diesel cars. In the first half of this year, 54,482 environment friendly cars were collected from the newly registered 92,9390 cars. The ratio of green cars to total green cars is 5.9% (4.5%), up 1.4% compared to the same period last year.
Diesel vehicles in the commercial vehicle industry '# tandem diesel & # 39; movements are emerging. Volvo Trucks also launched a liquefied natural gas (LNG) truck with the same fuel economy and driving performance, which also reduced CO2 emissions compared to conventional diesel trucks.