Here are the 2022 car incentives for electric and hybrid

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Last December we gave you the news that in the 2022 budget law there was no room for car incentives in favor of hybrids and electric.

But now, and exactly on Wednesday 6 April, the Government has signed a decree giving the green light for car incentives 2022. Support is also foreseen for motorcycles, car sharing and commercial vehicles.

It is an articulated dpcm and, according to some, a bit meager in terms of resources put in place. The provision signed by Prime Minister Mario Draghi is projected over three years, from 2022 to 2024. And for each of them 650 million euros will be allocated. The contributions will be usable with or without scrapping your vehicle.

So let’s see in more detail how the 2022 car incentive package is structured. Which is part of the allocation plan for the Automotive Fund, in favor of which a total financial endowment of 8.7 billion euros is envisaged between now and 2030.

Car incentives 2022: the times

The provision was signed on April 6 by Mario Draghi. Now the Court of Auditors has 30 days to approve it, after which the decree will be published in the Official Gazette. In short: the incentives could already be concretely available from the end of April.

And recipients

The 2022 car incentives will be intended for individuals and car sharing companies but not for VAT numbers. The contribution will be paid if you buy with financing: the important thing is that the holder remains the owner of the vehicle for at least one year.

The value of incentives

As we have already said, the plan is part of a more comprehensive automotive fund contained in the bill decree, which provides for an outlay of 8.7 billion until 2030.

The provision signed by Prime Minister Draghi on the proposal of the Minister of Economic Development Giancarlo Giorgetti will allocate € 650 million for each of the three years 2022, 2023 and 2024.

The 2022 car incentives in detail

There are three categories of cars covered by the 2022 incentives, depending on the emissions band. Here they are one by one.

Emission range 0-20 g / km

For these (electric) cars with a price of less than 35,000 euros + VAT, a contribution of 3,000 euros can be requested, to which another 2,000 euros will be added if at the same time a homologated car is scrapped in a class of less than 5 euros. For this category, 220 million in financing are envisaged in 2022, 230 million in 2023 and 245 million in 2024.

Emission range 21-60 g / km

For these vehicles (plug-in hybrids) with a price of up to € 45,000 + VAT, a contribution of € 2,000to which a further 2,000 euros are added for the scrapping of a car, also in this case of a class of less than 5 euros. In this case, the loans will be 225 million in 2022, 235 million in 2023 and 245 million in 2024.

Emission range 61-135 g / km

For low-emission endothermic cars with a price of up to € 35,000 + VAT, a contribution of € 2,000 can be requested. if a car of a class of less than Euro 5 is scrapped at the same time. Loans: 170 million in 2022, 150 million in 2023 and 120 million in 2024.

Incentives for car sharing

Part of the funds is intended for car sharing companies for the purchase of electric, hybrid and plug-in vehicles.

In favor of small and medium-sized enterprises, grants have been envisaged for the purchase of factory-new commercial vehicles exclusively powered by electricity. But there is the obligation of scrapping a vehicle of less than 4 euros. Therefore, a contribution of 4,000 euros for N1 vehicles up to 1.5 tons, of 6,000 euros for N1 vehicles over 1.5 tons and up to 3.49 tons, 12,000 euros for N2 vehicles from 3.5 tons up to 7 tons. Finally, a contribution of 14,000 euros is recognized for N2 vehicles over 7 tons and up to 12 tons.

Loans of 10 million in 2022, 15 in 2023 and 20 in 2024.

Discounts for motorcycles

Furthermore, Discounts are also provided for electric and hybrid mopeds and motorcycles.

A contribution of 30% of the purchase price (for a maximum of 3,000 euros) and 40% (up to 4,000 euros) has been allocated if a class motorbike from 0 to 3 euros is scrapped. The loan is 15 million euros. euro per year until 2024.

For factory new thermal mopeds and motorcycles (categories L1e, L2e, L3e, L4e, L5e, L6e, L7) a contribution of 40% of the purchase price is foreseen against a 5% seller’s discount. and up to 2,500 euros with scrapping.

For this measure, funding of 10 million euros in 2022 and 5 million in 2023 and 2024.

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