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No end to horror for the eCall

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No end to horror for the eCall

Currently, only cars with built-in 2G or 3G chips actually comply with the EU’s “type approval regulations”. Installing a chip that would continue to work in the future has so far been a voluntary addition from the auto industry. Millions of mostly cheaper cars were only built and registered with 3G chips. The VDA, the automotive industry association, does not have industry-wide figures on how many cars are affected. With each year that the commission waited, the fleet of inadequately equipped cars grew larger. Now the EU Commission acted surprisingly quickly: from 2027, the eCall in all cars must comply with at least the 4G or 5G radio standard, the EU Commission determined.

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