Norway turns into a country of electric carsJuly 11, 2020
It is reported by the portal CleanTechnica.
According to the source, in the period from January to June of this year in Norway, the share of sales of new electric cars increased to 48%. Thanks to this, the country is now the leader in sales of electric vehicles. In addition, for the indicated period, hybrid cars in Norway were chosen in 69% of cases, which is also a record for this class of cars.
It is worth noting that due to the country’s interest in buying environmentally friendly vehicles, almost all manufacturers producing their own hybrids and electric cars are trying to get to the Norwegian market. At the same time, in the first half of this year, the cars of the Volkswagen AG concern became the most popular.
So, the five most popular environmentally friendly cars in Norway are headed by Audi e-Tron, which was chosen by 5 618 people. The second place went to the Volkswagen e-Golf with a score of 3,717 cars. The third place was taken by Hyundai Kona EV – 2,486 units. Fourth and fifth places are Nissan Leaf and Mitsubishi Outlander.
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