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Norway, that EV loving country of Salmon slappers, has pretty much moved on entirely from gasoline cars.
According to sales figures for last month, 85% of new cars sold were battery electric, or plug-in hybrid.
Drilling down into those numbers a little more, BEVs come out on top. Some 56.3% of new cars sold in Norway last month were battery powered, while 28.6% were plug-in hybrid.
Plug-in car sales are up 10% over the same period last year in the Nordic country.
If you want to see a pretty breakdown, check out this article by Dr Maximillian Holland over on CleanTechnica.
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Published April 8, 2021 — 10:39 UTC