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28.12.2013   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 353/64


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION

of 17 December 2013

confirming or amending the average specific emissions of CO2 and specific emissions targets for manufacturers of new light commercial vehicles for the calendar year 2012 pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council

(notified under document C(2013) 9184)

(Only the Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, and Swedish texts are authentic)

(2013/807/EU)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2011 setting emission performance standards for new light commercial vehicles as part of the Union’s integrated approach to reduce CO2 emissions from light-duty vehicles (1), and in particular Article 8(6) and Article 10(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

The Commission is required, pursuant to Article 8(6) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011, to confirm or amend each year the average specific emissions of CO2 and the specific emissions target for each manufacturer of light commercial vehicles in the Union. On that basis, the Commission is to determine whether manufacturers and pools of manufacturers formed in accordance with Article 7(1) of that Regulation have complied with their specific emissions targets in accordance with Article 4 of that Regulation.

(2)

For the calendar years 2012 and 2013, the specific emissions targets are not binding and the Commission should therefore calculate indicative targets. As those indicative targets will serve as indicators to manufacturers of the effort required to reach the mandatory target in 2014, it is appropriate to determine the average specific emissions of CO2 of manufacturers for 2012 and 2013 in accordance with the requirements set out in the third paragraph of Article 4 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 and take into account 70 % of the manufacturer’s new light commercial vehicles registered in that year.

(3)

The detailed data to be used for the calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 and the specific emissions targets are set out in point 1 of Part A of Annex II to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 and are based on Member States’ registrations of new light commercial vehicles.

(4)

Where light commercial vehicles are type-approved in a multi-stage process, point 7 of Part B of Annex II to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 requires that the manufacturer of the base vehicle take responsibility for the CO2 emissions of the completed vehicle. Pending the applicability of the procedure for determining CO2 emissions from this category of vehicles as provided for in Section 5 of Annex XII to Commission Regulation (EC) No 692/2008 (2), the Commission should calculate the specific emissions target for manufacturers of base vehicles using the mass in running order of the completed vehicle as defined in Article 3(1)(g) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 and should use the specific emissions of CO2 of the base vehicle in accordance with the second paragraph of Article 4 of that Regulation.

(5)

The complete datasets for all Member States were made available to the Commission by the end of March 2013. Where, as a result of the verification of the data by the Commission, it was evident that certain data were missing or manifestly incorrect, the Commission contacted the Member States concerned and, subject to the agreement of those Member States, adjusted or completed the data accordingly. Where no agreement could be reached with a Member State, the provisional data of that Member State were not adjusted.

(6)

It should be noted that several Member States have not been able to distinguish between complete and completed light commercial vehicles in their current monitoring systems. As a consequence, the 2012 data for light commercial vehicles should be considered incomplete with regard to the monitoring of vehicles type-approved in a multi-stage process. In order to ensure a full and accurate monitoring of the CO2 emissions and the technical data relating in particular to multi-stage vehicles, it is necessary to adjust the monitoring systems both at Union and Member State level. Therefore, the final values as confirmed in this Decision should not be considered fully representative of the CO2 emissions performance of the new vehicle fleet in 2012.

(7)

On 18 June 2013, the Commission published the provisional data on light commercial vehicles and notified 60 manufacturers of the provisional calculations of their average specific emissions of CO2 in 2012 and their specific emissions targets in accordance with Article 8(4) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011. Manufacturers were asked to verify the data and to notify the Commission of any errors within three months of receipt of the notification in accordance with the Article 8(5) of that Regulation. Four manufacturers notified the Commission that they accepted the preliminary data without corrections whilst 24 manufacturers submitted notifications of errors.

(8)

For the 36 manufacturers that did not notify any errors in the datasets, the provisional data and provisional calculations of the average specific emissions of CO2 and the specific emissions targets should be confirmed without adjustments.

(9)

The Commission has verified the corrections notified by the manufacturers and the respective justifications and the datasets have been adjusted as appropriate.

(10)

In the case of records with missing or incorrect identification parameters, such as type, variant, version code or type-approval number, the fact that manufacturers cannot verify or correct those records should be taken into account. As a consequence, it is appropriate to apply an error margin to the CO2 emissions and mass values in those records.

(11)

The error margin should be calculated as the difference between the distances to the specific emissions target expressed as the specific emissions targets subtracted from the average emissions calculated including and excluding those registrations that cannot be verified by the manufacturers. Regardless of whether that difference is positive or negative, the error margin should always improve the distance to the target of the manufacturer.

(12)

The average specific emissions of CO2 from new light commercial vehicles registered in 2012, the specific emissions targets and the difference between those two values should be confirmed or amended accordingly,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

The values relating to the performance of manufacturers, as confirmed or amended for each manufacturer of light commercial vehicles and for each pool of manufacturers of light commercial vehicles in respect of the 2012 calendar year in accordance with Article 8(6) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011, are specified in the Annex to this Decision.

The values referred to in points (a) to (e) of Article 10(1) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 for each manufacturer of light commercial vehicles and for each pool of manufacturers of light commercial vehicles in respect of the 2012 calendar year are also specified in the Annex to this Decision.

Article 2

This Decision is addressed to the following individual manufacturers:

1.

AUDI AG

Berliner Ring 2

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

2.

AUTOMOBILES CITROEN

6 rue Fructidor

75017 Paris

France

3.

AUTOMOBILES DANGEL

5 Rue Du Canal

68780 Sentheim

France

4.

AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT

75 avenue de la Grande Armée

75016 Paris

France

5.

AZURE DYNAMICS

Unit 10 The IO Centre,

Whittle Way, Arlington Business Park

Gunnels Wood Road

Stevenage SG1 2BD

United Kingdom

6.

AVTOVAZ

Represented in the EU by:

LADA France SAS 13,

Route Nationale 10,

78310 Coignieres,

France

7.

BLU CAR S.R.L

Via Adua, 58 D/E

25034 Orzinuovi (BS)

Italia

8.

BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AG

Petuelring 130

80788 München,

Germany

9.

BMW M GMBH

Petuelring 130

80788 München

Germany

10.

CHRYSLER GROUP LLC

Bundesstraße 83

8071 Dörfla bei Graz

Austria

11.

AUTOMOBILE DACIA SA

Uzinei Street 1 – Mioveni

115400 Arges

Roumanie

12.

DAIHATSU MOTOR CO LTD

1-1, Daihatsu-Cho

Ikeda City,

Osaka 563-865

Japan

13.

DAIMLER AG

Mercedesstr. 137/1 70327 Zimmer 229

Stuttgart, HPC F403

Germany

14.

DONGFENG MOTOR CORPORATION

Giotti Victoria SRL Pissana Road, 11/a,

50021 Barberino, Val d’Elsa (Florence)

Italy

15.

DR MOTOR COMPANY SRL

S S 85, Venafrana km 37.500

86070 Macchia d’Isernia,

Italy

16.

ERKE EQUIPAMENTO PARA VEHICULOS S.A.

Ibaiondo Poligonoa, 3 (Orbegozo)

Hernani (20120), Gipuzkoa,

Spain

17.

FIAT GROUP AUTOMOBILES SPA

C.so Settembrini 40 Gate 8 Building 5 Room A8N

10135 Torino

Italy

18.

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED

Neihl Plant, building Imbert

479 Henry-Ford-Straße 1

50735 Köln

Germany

19.

FORD MOTOR COMPANY

Neihl Plant, building Imbert

479 Henry-Ford-Straße 1

50735 Köln

Germany

20.

FORD WERKE GMBH

Neihl Plant, building Imbert

479 Henry-Ford-Straße 1

50735 Köln

Germany

21.

FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD

Leuvensesteenweg 555 B/8

1930 Zaventem

Belgium

22.

MITSUBISHI FUSO TRUCK &BUS CORPORATION

Represented in the EU by:

Daimler AG

Mercedesstr. 137/1 70327 Zimmer 229

Stuttgart, HPC F403

Germany

23.

GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION

Represented in the EU by:

Adam Opel AG

Bahnhofsplatz 1 IPC 39-12

65423 Rüsselsheim

Germany

24.

GM KOREA COMPANY

Represented in the EU by:

Adam Opel AG

Bahnhofsplatz 1 IPC 39-12

65423 Rüsselsheim

Germany

25.

ZHEJIANG GONOW AUTO CO. Ltd

Represented in the EU by:

Gonow Europe SRL

Direzione Generale Via Aurelia, 1250

00166 Roma

Italy

26.

GREAT WALL MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED

Represented in the EU by:

International Motors Limited

I.M. House South Drive

Coleshill B46 1DF

United Kingdom

27.

HEBEI ZHONGXING AUTOMOBILE CO., Ltd

Represented in the EU by:

Ursus SA Lublin

ul. Frezerów 7,

20-952 Lublin,

Poland

28.

HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY

Represented in the EU by:

Hyundai Motor Europe GmbH

Kaiserleipromenade 5

63067 Offenbach

Germany

29.

ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED

Represented in the EU by:

Isuzu Motors Europe NV

Bist 12

2630 Aartselaar

Belgium

30.

IVECO SPA

Via Puglia 35

10156 Torino

Italia

31.

KIA MOTORS CORPORATION

Represented in the EU by:

Kia Motors Europe GmbH

Theodor-Heuss-Allee 11

60486 Frankfurt/M

Germany

32.

JAGUAR LAND ROVER LIMITED

w/10/5 Abbey Road

Whitley Coventry CV3 4LF

United Kingdom

33.

MAGYAR SUZUKI CORPORATION LTD

Legal Department Suzuki

Allee 7

64625 Bensheim

Germany

34.

MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD

Represented in the EU by:

Mahindra Europe SRL

Via Cancelliera 35

00040 Ariccia (Roma)

Italy

35.

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION

Represented in the EU by:

Mazda Motor Europe GmbH

European R & D Centre

Hiroshimastr. 1

61440 Oberursel/Ts

Germany

36.

MIA ELECTRIC SAS

45, rue des Pierrières

BP 60324

79143 Cerizay Cedex

France

37.

MICRO-VETT SPA

Via Gambellara 34

40026 Imola (BO)

Italy

38.

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION MMC

Represented in the EU by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe BV MME

Op de Baan 8

6121 SG Born

The Netherlands

39.

MITSUBISHI MOTORS EUROPE BV MME

Represented in the EU by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe BV MME

Op de Baan 8

6121 SG Born

The Netherlands

40.

MITSUBISHI MOTORS THAILAND CO LTD MMTH

Represented in the EU by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe BV MME

Op de Baan 8

6121 SG Born

The Netherlands

41.

MULTICAR GmbH (Multicar Zweigwerk der Hako-Werke GmbH)

Hako GmbH

Hamburger Str. 209 – 239

23843 Bad Oldesloe

Germany

42.

NISSAN INTERNATIONAL SA

Cranfield Technology Park

Moulsoe Road Cranfield

Bedfordshire MK43 OBD

United Kingdom

43.

OMCI SRL

Via Franchi Maggi 119

20089 Milan

Italy

44.

ADAM OPEL AG

Adam Opel AG

Bahnhofsplatz 1IPC 39-12

65423 Rüsselsheim

Germany

45.

PIAGGIO & C SPA

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio, 25

56025 Pontedera (PI)

Italy

46.

DR ING h.c.F. PORSCHE AG

Porscheplatz 1

70435 Stuttgart

Germany

47.

RENAULT S.A.S

Guyancourt

1 avenue du Golf

78288 Guyancourt Cedex

France

48.

SANTANA MOTOR SA

Avda. Primero de Mayo s/n

23700 Linares (JEAN)

Spain

49.

SEAT SA

Berliner Ring 2

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

50.

SKODA AUTO AS

Berliner Ring 2

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

51.

SOLOMON COMMERCIALS Ltd

Knowsley Road Industrial Estate

Haslingden, Rossendale

Lancashire BB4 4RX

United Kingdom

52.

SSANGYONG MOTOR COMPANY

Represented in the EU by:

Ssangyong European Parts Center BV

IABC 5253/5254

4814RD Breda

The Netherlands

53.

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION

Represented in the EU by:

Suzuki International Europe GmbH

Legal Department

Suzuki Allee 7

64625 Bensheim

Germany

54.

TATA MOTORS LIMITED

Represented in the EU by:

Tata Motors European Technical Centre PLC

18 Grosvenor Place

London SW1X 7HS

United Kingdom

55.

TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE NV SA

Avenue du Bourget 60

1140 Brussels

Belgium

56.

TOYOTA CAETANO PORTUGAL, S.A.

Avenida Vasco de Gama 1410

4431-956 Vila Nova de Gaia

Portugal

57.

TOYOTA SOUTH AFRICA

Avenue du Bourget 60

1140 Brussels

Belgium

58.

PJSC UAZ

Moskovskoye shosse, 92,

Ulyanovsk 432034,

Russian Federation

59.

VOLKSWAGEN AG

Berliner Ring 2

38436 Wolfsburg

Germany

60.

VOLVO CAR CORPORATION

VAK building, Assar Gabrielssons väg

Göteborg

SE-405 31 Goteborg

Sweden

It shall be published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Done at Brussels, 17 December 2013.

For the Commission

Connie HEDEGAARD

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 145, 31.5.2011, p. 1.

(2)  Commission Regulation (EC) No 692/2008 of 18 July 2008 implementing and amending Regulation (EC) No 715/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council on type-approval of motor vehicles with respect to emissions from light passenger and commercial vehicles (Euro 5 and Euro 6) and on access to vehicle repair and maintenance information (OJ L 199, 28.7.2008, p. 1).


ANNEX

Table 1

Values relating to the performance of manufacturers referred to in Article 1

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

Manufacturer name

Pools

Number of registrations

Average CO2 (70 %) corrected

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

Distance to target adjusted

Average mass

Average CO2 (100 %)

AUDI AG

 

302

151,436

183,837

–32,401

–32,401

1 801,02

163,056

AUTOMOBILES CITROEN

 

115 815

137,458

167,747

–30,289

–30,289

1 628,01

157,895

AUTOMOBILES DANGEL

 

99

161,348

186,911

–25,563

–25,563

1 834,08

177,727

AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT

 

116 305

139,205

169,453

–30,248

–30,248

1 646,36

159,315

AVTOVAZ

 

67

225,000

135,736

89,264

89,264

1 283,81

225,000

AZURE DYNAMICS

 

3

0,000

188,392

– 188,392

– 188,392

1 850,00

0,000

BLU CAR S.R.L

 

2

0,000

115,852

– 115,852

– 115,852

1 070,00

0,000

BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AG

 

96

104,403

138,646

–34,243

–34,243

1 315,10

116,917

BMW M GMBH

 

245

153,421

191,330

–37,909

–37,909

1 881,59

166,518

CHRYSLER GROUP LLC

 

15

200,300

205,008

–4,708

–4,708

2 028,67

210,467

AUTOMOBILE DACIA SA

 

10 350

132,210

135,924

–3,714

–3,731

1 285,83

145,052

DAIHATSU MOTOR CO LTD

 

2

190,000

133,708

56,292

56,292

1 262,00

190,000

DAIMLER AG

 

97 919

207,921

224,473

–16,552

–17,476

2 237,97

218,766

DONGFENG MOTOR CORPORATION

 

10

167,286

112,476

54,810

54,810

1 033,70

173,500

DR MOTOR COMPANY SRL

 

25

233,294

172,880

60,414

60,414

1 683,20

239,920

ERKE EQUIPAMENTO PARA VEHICULOS S.A.

 

174

142,851

172,320

–29,469

–29,469

1 677,18

164,672

FIAT GROUP AUTOMOBILES SPA

 

101 848

140,141

169,142

–29,001

–29,001

1 643,01

157,156

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED

P1

4 500

219,159

220,156

–0,997

–1,002

2 191,55

228,499

FORD MOTOR COMPANY

P1

463

212,840

213,164

–0,324

–0,579

2 116,37

218,490

FORD WERKE GMBH

P1

123 420

173,548

186,163

–12,615

–13,450

1 826,03

188,212

FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD

 

38

154,308

169,043

–14,735

–14,735

1 641,95

157,921

MITSUBISHI FUSO TRUCK &BUS CORPORATION

 

81

250,268

203,518

46,750

46,750

2 012,65

253,951

GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION

 

46

106,813

137,034

–30,221

–30,221

1 297,76

115,826

GM KOREA COMPANY

 

3

150,000

175,341

–25,341

–25,341

1 709,67

153,000

ZHEJIANG GONOW AUTO CO. Ltd

 

133

253,742

182,665

71,077

71,077

1 788,42

255,075

GREAT WALL MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED

 

1 850

223,959

190,359

33,600

33,600

1 871,15

233,671

HEBEI ZHONGXING AUTOMOBILE CO., Ltd

 

31

234,000

199,012

34,988

34,988

1 964,19

234,000

HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY

 

2 186

175,528

192,055

–16,527

–16,527

1 889,39

186,936

ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED

 

6 812

201,622

210,188

–8,566

–8,677

2 084,37

211,719

IVECO SPA

 

14 583

218,250

248,465

–30,215

–30,215

2 495,95

230,260

KIA MOTORS CORPORATION

 

728

124,491

152,966

–28,475

–28,475

1 469,08

140,747

LAND ROVER

 

10 374

262,824

204,593

58,231

58,216

2 024,20

272,479

MAGYAR SUZUKI CORPORATION LTD

 

11

131,714

142,991

–11,277

–11,277

1 361,82

135,818

MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD

 

259

240,392

207,949

32,443

32,443

2 060,29

242,876

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION

 

492

246,811

197,137

49,674

49,674

1 944,03

249,622

MIA ELECTRIC SAS

 

64

0,000

98,865

–98,865

–98,865

887,34

0,000

MICRO-VETT SPA

 

31

0,000

123,847

– 123,847

– 123,847

1 155,97

0,000

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION MMC

P2

5 555

203,264

191,721

11,543

–4,411

1 885,80

209,786

MITSUBISHI MOTORS EUROPE BV MME

P2

631

225,907

208,572

17,335

17,335

2 066,99

228,043

MITSUBISHI MOTORS THAILAND CO LTD MMTH

P2

2 514

202,844

202,084

0,760

0,714

1 997,23

209,839

MULTICAR GmbH

 

6

147,000

247,370

– 100,370

– 100,370

2 484,17

156,000

NISSAN INTERNATIONAL SA

 

31 066

178,578

194,329

–15,751

–15,751

1 913,84

198,544

OMCI SRL

 

4

140,000

111,202

28,798

28,798

1 020,00

140,000

ADAM OPEL AG

 

65 372

161,954

181,237

–19,283

–19,308

1 773,06

178,149

PIAGGIO & C SPA

 

2 709

115,213

116,551

–1,338

–1,338

1 077,52

143,900

DR ING HCF PORSCHE AG

 

30

197,762

218,524

–20,762

–20,762

2 174,00

218,267

RENAULT S.A.S

 

152 149

131,957

185,305

–53,348

–53,363

1 816,81

170,759

SANTANA MOTOR SA

 

15

283,200

219,392

63,808

63,808

2 183,33

286,800

SEAT SA

 

673

98,979

126,422

–27,443

–27,537

1 183,66

104,895

SKODA AUTO AS

 

5 009

124,641

132,922

–8,281

–14,605

1 253,55

133,174

SOLOMON COMMERCIALS Ltd

 

15

214,000

250,702

–36,702

–36,702

2 520,00

214,000

SSANGYONG MOTOR COMPANY

 

552

204,158

210,956

–6,798

–6,798

2 092,62

212,130

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION

 

54

170,162

151,390

18,772

18,772

1 452,13

173,722

TATA MOTORS LIMITED

 

557

215,550

196,996

18,554

18,554

1 942,52

218,099

TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE NV SA

 

23 508

190,598

200,278

–9,680

–10,836

1 977,81

201,927

TOYOTA CAETANO PORTUGAL, S.A.

 

12

252,000

219,547

32,453

32,453

2 185,00

256,667

TOYOTA SOUTH AFRICA

 

13

219,000

200,610

18,390

18,390

1 981,38

220,308

UAZ

 

26

296,000

218,045

77,955

77,955

2 168,85

297,615

VOLKSWAGEN AG

 

156 850

168,878

195,693

–26,815

–27,308

1 928,51

184,543

VOLVO CAR CORPORATION

 

425

186,620

215,986

–29,366

–29,366

2 146,71

196,901


Table 2

Values relating to the performance of pools referred to in Article 1

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

Pool name

Pool

Number of registrations

Average CO2 (70 %) corrected

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

Distance to target adjusted

Average mass

Average CO2 (100 %)

FORD-WERKE GMBH

P1

128 383

174,819

187,452

–12,633

–13,614

1 839,89

189,733

MITSUBISHI MOTORS

P2

8 700

203,460

195,938

7,522

0,519

1 931,14

211,125

Explanatory notes to Tables 1 and 2

Column A:

Table 1: ‘Manufacturer name’ means the name of the manufacturer as notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned or, where no such notification has taken place, the name registered by the registration authority of the Member State.

Table 2: ‘Pool name’ means the name of the pool declared by the pool manager.

Column B:

‘P’ means that the manufacturer is a member of a pool (listed in Table 2) formed in accordance with Article 7 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 and the pooling agreement is valid for the calendar year 2012.

Column C:

‘Number of registrations’ means the total number of new cars registered by Member States in a calendar year, not counting those registrations that relate to records where the values for mass or CO2 are missing and those records which the manufacturer does not recognise. The number of registrations reported by Member States may otherwise not be changed.

Column D:

‘Average CO2 (70 %) corrected’ means the average specific emissions of CO2 that have been calculated on the basis of the 70 % lowest emitting vehicles in the manufacturer’s fleet in accordance with the third paragraph of Article 4 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011. Where appropriate, the average specific emissions of CO2 have been adjusted to take into account the corrections notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned. The records used for the calculation include those that contain a valid value for mass and CO2 emissions.

Column E:

‘Specific emissions target’ means the emissions target calculated on the basis of the average mass of all vehicles attributed to a manufacturer applying the formula set out in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011.

Column F:

‘Distance to target’ means the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 specified in column D and the specific emissions target in column E. Where the value in column F is positive, the average specific emissions of CO2 exceed the specific emissions target.

Column G:

‘Distance to target adjusted’ means that where the values in this column are different from those in column F, the values in that column have been adjusted to take into account an error margin. The error margin is calculated in accordance with the following formula:

Error

=

absolute value of [(AC1 – TG1) – (AC2 – TG2)]

AC1

=

the average specific emissions of CO2 including the unidentifiable vehicles (as set out in column D);

TG1

=

the specific emissions target including the unidentifiable vehicles (as set out in column E);

AC2

=

the average specific emissions of CO2 excluding the unidentifiable vehicles;

TG2

=

the specific emissions target excluding the unidentifiable vehicles.

Column I:

‘Average CO2 (100 %)’ means the average specific emissions of CO2 that have been calculated on the basis of 100 % of the vehicles attributed to the manufacturer. Where appropriate, the average specific emissions of CO2 have been adjusted to take into account the corrections notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned. The records used for the calculation include those that contain a valid value for mass and CO2 emissions but do not take into account the super-credits referred to in Article 5 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011.


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