The electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla has encouraged the administration of Vice President Joe Biden
These standards would go above and beyond the more stringent standards that were originally proposed
by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) earlier this summer.
With 1.31 million vehicles delivered during the calendar year 2022
Tesla established itself as the world's leading manufacturer of fully electric vehicles.
In the meantime, established automakers like as GM have voiced their disagreement with the NHTSA's proposed rules.
According to a report from Reuters, Tesla made an appeal to the Biden administration on Tuesday
new rules that would increase the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) criteria by 6 percent yearly for passenger
cars and 8 percent annually for trucks and SUVs, and this would continue through the calendar year 2032.
The more stringent regulations, according to Tesla's argument, will "conserve energy and address
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) made a proposal in July of this past year to boost
the average fuel economy of passenger vehicles by 2% year and the average fuel economy of trucks by 4% annually,
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