Friday, October 16, 2020

'Auto Trends' Talks One-On-One With California Air Resources Board Regarding The State's Decision To Ban New Gasoline-Powered Cars


California, which is the largest automotive market in the U.S., serves as Ground Zero for the United States in terms of having the most new and electrified vehicle registrations.

As a result of the Governor of California recent news making pledge to ban the sale of all-new gasoline-powered cars by 2035, this weekend's guest, which is a member of the California Air Resources Board (CARB), join us. CARB played a pivotal role in the Governor's announcement. What does this mean for the auto industry? What does this mean for car buyers? And how will this impact
minorities and low income consumers? Auto Trends with goes-on-one with Steve Cliff, the deputy executive officer of CARB. Cliff shares with us how this decision came about, why the firm date of 2035 and how minorities will be factored into the next wave of cars hitting the road.

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