GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE REGULATIONS UPDATES IN NOVEMBER 2023

GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE REGULATIONS UPDATES IN NOVEMBER 2023

RELEASE DATE:2023-12-04 15:05

Brief: ATIC Global Vehicle Regulation Research Department reminds you that please pay attention to the following information for the update of global vehicle regulations in November 2023.




  • The European Union released formal regulations for Advanced Driver Distraction Warning Systems (ADDW);
  • Australia released formal regulations ADR 109 on electric vehicle electrical safety and power batteries;
  • GCC released the GSO 2025 Model Year-D3 regulations list.

GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE REGULATIONS UPDATE SPOTLIGHT FOR NOVEMBER 2023
European Union: The European Union released formal regulations for the Advanced Driver Distraction Warning System (ADDW) on November 22, 2023. The content is consistent with the previous final draft version. The system should help drivers focus on the driving task and act as a driver. Warn when distracted, relevant information is as follows:
(1) Applicable Vehicles: M, N

(2) Implementation time: From July 7, 2024, new models must be equipped with the ADDW system; from July 7, 2026, all new cars must be equipped with the ADDW system

Australia:  Australia released several ADR formal regulations at the end of November 2023, one of which is the electric vehicle electrical safety and power battery regulations ADR 109. The relevant information is as follows:
(1) Applicable Vehicles: MA(M1), MB(M1), MC(M1), MD1(M2), MD2(M2), MD3(M2), MD4(M2), ME(M3), NA(N1), NB1(N2), NB2(N2), NC(N3)

(2) ADR 109-00 effective date:
New model vehicles: from November 1, 2024
All vehicles: From November 1, 2025
ADR 109-01 effective date:
New model vehicles: from November 1, 2025
All vehicles: From November 1, 2028

(3) Technical requirements:
ADR 109-00 is consistent with ECE R100.02 supplement 4;
ADR 109-01 is consistent with ECE R100.03 supplement 2

GCC: GCC released GSO Technical Regulations MV 2025 MY-D3 on November 5, 2023. Compared with the 2025MY-D2 technical regulations list, the main changes are as follows:
1. No change in emissions from gasoline vehicles.

2. Diesel vehicle emissions:
(1) The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Oman need to comply with Euro IV requirements (the D2 version stipulates that Oman’s emission limit should be smaller than Euro IV);
(2) Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Kuwait need to comply with Euro V requirements (the D2 version stipulates that Kuwait’s emission limit should be less than Euro IV);
The UAE has added new requirements for front fog lamps. Vehicles exported to the UAE in 2025MY need to be equipped with front fog lamps. The front fog lamp requirements should comply with ECE 19 or SAE J583, but when equipped with lighting technology that improves vehicle visibility when driving in foggy weather Exemptions (such as digital lighting, LED lights, radar, infrared devices, etc.)

ATIC GLOBAL VEHICLE REGULATIONS DATABASE NOVEMBER 2023 UPDATE SUMMARY

Summary by region: 

ECE: 43 updates
EU: 7 updates
GCC: 1 update
Saudi Arabia: 1 update
India: 15 updates
TaiwanChina : 3 updates
United States: 1 update
Australia: 7 updates
Israel: 15 updates
United Kingdom: 1 update

Summary by regulation status:

Formal Regulation: 29 updates

Draft: 65 updates

 

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