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There are more than 500,000 electric cars on Norwegian roads

Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB

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According to statistics from the Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association, the number of electric vehicles on Norwegian roads currently exceeds 500,000.

Of the 500,000 electric vehicles, most are the Nissan Leaf. Volkswagen e-Golf is second and Tesla Model 3 is third, Elbilforeningen said in a press release.

They believe the numbers show that investment in Norwegian electric vehicles has been very successful.

“Electric cars are now human cars. They dominate the new car market and now the used car market is growing. There are many reasons to be proud of this success. Replacing a contaminated car , The most effective climate control we have, and now politicians have to aim for us. In 2025, there will be no new cars that use gasoline and diesel, “Elbilforeningen said. Christina Bu said.

Electric vehicles have long dominated Norwegian new car sales statistics. In 2021, 64.5% of new cars sold in Norway were electric vehicles. So far this year, the market share is close to 80%.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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