Letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, House leadership, and the Ways and Means Committee chairman and ranking member from senior executives of twelve leading international auto companies in the United States

“Proposals that dramatically limit consumer choice threaten our nation's ability to meet the President’s goal to make half of all new vehicles sold zero-emission by 2030. According to the Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center, for every EV on the road versus a traditional gas vehicle, carbon emissions are reduced by an average of 6,000 pounds per year. More EVs on the road will reduce carbon emissions and put the United States one step closer to meeting our climate goals. Congress should provide tax incentives to promote electrified vehicles. We urge you to support policies that offer incentives to ALL electric vehicles made by ALL American autoworkers and oppose policies that slow progress toward meeting our nation’s climate goals.”