Thanks, Steve Westly, for sharing. With respect to the article's consideration that this could hamper investment in lower emissions combustion engines, I'm not sure how much that holds: for one, engines that will be in new cars hitting the market over the next 10-15 years are already being developed, so that's a sunk investment. In parallel, investments in electrification are well under way. Lastly, 23 years seems like an ample amount of time for a smart investment transition (applying options theory), even for a complex product. So, I'm optimistic: I'd expect less of a canibalization effect and more of a resurgence of European car makers' R&D leadership in their strategic home markets in electrification and AI-based smart vehicles. What an opportunity to reinvent a futures-challenged industry with systemic impact on economy and society at large!