Half of Norway's new cars are expected to be electric this year

No other European country has managed to phase electrical cars into the vehicle fleet as quickly as Norway. Denmark is at the very bottom.

The massive demand for electrical cars in Norway is a challenge for importers and car dealers in Norway.

In 2019, more than half of all new cars being sold in Norway will be completely electrical, says the Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association.

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