Norway, a country of 5.3 million, has long been a world leader in sales of electric vehicles. Last year, almost one-third of all new cars sold were electric.
“As more models reach the market this year, we should see an even larger share of zero-emission vehicles in the sales numbers,” Solberg Thorsen director of the Norwegian Road Federation said. Norway aims to eliminate all emissions from new cars by 2025, and offers generous subsidies for buyers who opt to go electric.
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