According to foreign media reports, according to the prediction of transport & environment, one out of every 10 new cars in Europe this year will be electric vehicles or plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. < / P > < p > the organization predicts that, as automobile manufacturers across the continent compete to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the market share of most electric vehicles will rise to 15% next year. The forecast is based on sales data for the first half of the year and is expected to grow as manufacturers scramble to comply with the tightening restrictions in 2021. < / P > < p > “sales of electric vehicles are booming due to the EU emission standards,” said Julia poliscanova, director of clean vehicles. “Next year, one in seven cars sold in Europe will be plug-in hybrids.” < / P > < p > under the rules, automakers must reduce the average CO2 emissions of their vehicles to 95 grams per kilometer or face fines of up to billions of euros. < / P > < p > although 5% of the cars sold this year are excluded from the calculation, which is a concession made by the EU to help car manufacturers adapt easily to the new system, from next year, each car will be included in the total. Environmental groups have criticized these concessions and the fact that carbon dioxide limits will not be tightened again until 2030. < / P > < p > “EU manufacturers are back in the race for electric vehicles, but without more ambitious CO2 targets in 2025 and 2030 to stimulate them, they will run out of power in 2022,” said poliscanova. < / P > < p > according to T & E’s calculation, a few car manufacturers are still behind the new rules. If they want to avoid huge fines, they need to blowout in the later period of electric vehicle sales or buy credit lines from competitors who have already exceeded the standard. < / P > < p > the system allows those who generate “credit lines” by selling pure electric vehicles or plug-in hybrid vehicles to sell them to competitors who are trying to meet the rules. The value of “points” will decline over time. Volvo car Corp. said earlier this month that it was open to selling its credit lines to competitors as demand for hybrid cars rose sharply this year. Daimler, controlled by Volvo’s parent company Geely, is the farthest from its target and most likely to need credit lines, according to T & E. < / P > < p > some car manufacturers have also been hindered by the epidemic, delaying the launch of key models and affecting demand. The speed of its all-new model launch has slowed down due to the impact of Volkswagen’s new model launch. Hyundai and Kia are also lagging behind. The sales of modern Kona, Kia e-niro and other electric vehicle models are delayed due to the impact of the epidemic. < / P > < p > Toyota, which keeps pace with Mazda, is very close to its target due to its extensive use of traditional hybrid vehicles, that is, the engine and battery run at the same time. < p > < p > BMW, relying on plug-in hybrid vehicles and its all electric I3 models, has reached its target this year, as has Renault, which sells Zoe, an electric car. Renault’s alliance partner Nissan is also close to target by selling the electric car leaf. Global Tech