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Volkswagen meets European CO2 emissions targets -Breaking


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BERLIN (Reuters). Volkswagen (DE) said Monday that its 2021 carbon dioxide emissions were about 2% below the European targets of 118 grams per kilometre. These preliminary numbers are based on data the company released Monday.

Volkswagen stated in a statement that 472,300 electric cars were sold in Europe, Norway, and Iceland between 2021 and 2021. This is 64% more than the year before.

From 10.1% in the previous year, 17.2% of total vehicle sales was made up by battery-electric or hybrid vehicles.

BMW and Daimler (OTC-:) both claimed preliminary figures that showed they also met European emission targets. However, neither of them has provided specific numbers.

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