Biden’s EPA Demands 67% of New Cars Must Be EVs by 2032

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Clown World hits carmakers!

According to Reuters, Ford lost an estimated $36,000 on each of the 36,000 EVs it delivered to dealers in the third quarter, the company said in October.

Ford has wisely decided to slow the investment in EVs while Biden’s EPA stupdily stiffens demands on carmakers.

Detroit automakers are protesting that the Biden Administration is going too far with proposals to use emissions rules that would result in 67% of all new vehicles in 2032 being EVs. On Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) submitted its proposal to finalize vehicle requirements to the White House for review.

This is while EVs are losing money and carmakers are looking to cut back. Instead, they’re making hybrids and gas cars.

It’s another Biden success story.

In December, the Republican-led U.S. House voted to prevent the EPA from proceeding with the planned vehicle emissions regulations.

The White House plans to veto that.

F-150 EV

Ford’s increasing production of gas-powered Bronco SUVs and Ranger pickups.

In a recent video, YouTuber The Electric Viking reports that Ford Motor Company has initiated a significant workforce reduction at its F-150 Lightning electric vehicle (EV) plant, cutting nearly 70% of jobs.

The Oval Office resident only answers to the far-left progressives running the country through him. Biden couldn’t care less about reality.


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Sam
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Sam
23 days ago

EPA mandates every own a unicorn by 2031. Ever seen the trannies at the EPA? They all look like Big Mike.

Between Three Centuries
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Between Three Centuries
24 days ago

The EPA can wish in one hand and crap in the other and then see which one gets full first

Clusseau
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Clusseau
25 days ago

too bad FJB wont ever live to see it

R Finley
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R Finley
25 days ago

FJB!!

Sunnyvaleken
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Sunnyvaleken
25 days ago

The EPA can take a long walk off a short pier. We don’t need them and their lunatic pronouncements.