They have a goal of half of the cars on the road being electric by 2030, but claim that they aren't going to force it, they'll just use encourage it with things like tax breaks and subsidies.
Well, it's always their tactic to downplay the authoritarian aspect of things like that. But first, tax breaks and subsidies are essentially a form of enforcement, because if one player on the market doesn't need to make profit, how do you think the others will fare? And second, this is only step one. Step 2 will be shaming of those still sticking to real cars. Step 3 will be special prohibitions, such as inner cities and the like. And on it goes. Just think of smoking, vaccines etc. - it's always the same game. Grrrr.