This is the last work of Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti in his position in the Ministry of Development. New incentive bookings to buy nonpolluting cars up to 60g/km CO2 will begin again from 10am on November 2 on the ecobonus.mise.gov platform. This announcement comes from the Ministry of Economic Development explaining that the innovations introduced in the recent Dpcm concern mainly citizens with an income of less than 30 thousand euros, for whom M1 class cars, electric hybrids and plug will be purchased. Therefore, for 2022, take advantage of the 50% increase in contributions projected to date based on the resources already allocated. “With the launch of this measure, I started the industrial plan at the beginning of my term to accompany the supply chain and citizens towards a green transition, focusing on a pragmatic approach that takes into account not only economic and environmental impacts, but also social ones,” said Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti. “By creating a dedicated €8.7 billion fund for the first time at Mise, the financing and instruments dedicated to both the supply and demand sides have been made structural, with the aim of giving a strong acceleration of the deployment of less polluting cars and a strong support for Italian industrial production.” In particular, the incentives will be reconfigured as follows: a maximum of 7,500 euros of contributions with scrap (4,500 euros without cancellation) for the purchase of new vehicles with emissions in the range 0-20 g/km CO2 and at list prices from the vehicle manufacturer equal to or less than €35,000 excluding VAT. Up to a maximum of 6000 euros in scrap contributions (3,000 euros without scrapping) is envisaged for the purchase of new cars with emissions in the range of 21-60 g/km CO2 and at a car manufacturer’s existing price equal to or less. to 45,000 euros excluding VAT. New environmental bonuses will also be given to legal entities that carry out car rental activities for commercial purposes, other than car sharing, as long as they maintain vehicle ownership for at least 12 months and according to a different distribution of contributions: up to a maximum of 2,500 € in contributions with scrap (1,500 € without scrap) for the purchase of new cars with emissions in the range of 0-20 g / km CO2 and at a car manufacturer’s list price equal to or less than 35,000 euros excluding VAT; Up to a maximum of 2,000 euros in contributions with scrap (1,000 euros without cancellation) for the purchase of new cars with emissions in the range of 21-60 g/km CO2 and the car manufacturer’s list price equal to or less than 45,000 euros VAT Excluded.
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