After yesterday’s controversy, triggered by the Minister of Economic Development Giancarlo Giogetti about uncooperative colleagues, today an agreement has finally been reached on car incentives. For 2022, incentives for the purchase of low-polluting cars should amount to 650 million euros. It is learned at the end of the meeting at Palazzo Chigi which was attended by the Minister of Economy, Daniele Franco, of Economic Development, Giancarlo Giorgetti, of the ecological transition Roberto Cingolani, of sustainable infrastructures and mobility Enrico Giovannini, of work Andrea Orlando and the undersecretary to the presidency of the council, Roberto Garofoli.
As in 2021, the incentives will concern electric cars, hybrid cars and Euro6 and will vary depending on whether the purchase corresponds to the scrapping of a polluting car. Company fleets will not be affected, while motorbikes (with mandatory scrapping) and car sharing will be encouraged. The measure will also be extended to 2023 and 2024, the Dpcm with all the details is expected at the beginning of next week.