Electric cars accounts for 54% of the 2020 auto market in Norway



Norway is still being the country which proves electric vehicles may dominate the market even in the nearest future. Last year’s electric cars market share accounts for an impressive 54%. 20% of cars sold are plug-in hybrids, and 9% are other hybrids. Petrol and diesel cars accounts only for 17% of sales combined. 

It is interesting, that we are speaking about the country with major oil resources. However, the tax policy is a factor of success there, leading traditional internal-combustion pre-historic vehicles to become less and less cost-efficient option. 

Norwegian Road Federation created the chart you may see here, demonstrating the dynamics of demand for vehicles with various types of drivetrain during last 10 years in Norway:


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