Norway is making headway towards electrical mobility since they recorded record high sales of electric and plug-in hybrid cars in November, which attained almost 25 percent market share.

Namely, 2,040 electric cars and 987 plug-in hybrid cars were registered in November, which is almost twice as much as in November 2014, when 1,544 such cars were registered all together. Nevertheless, this was not the most successful result this year since the best months were March with 3,748 and June with 3,693 registered electric and plug-in hybrid cars but is indicative of the average value, which testifies on the fast growth of environmentally friendly mobility in this Scandinavian country.

The number of plug-in hybrid cars is the fastest growing, since their sales increased by more than 677 percent from last year, when there were only 127 such cars, while electrical cars are asserting themselves somewhat slower and are recoding only 43-percent increase.

Dec. 18, 2015 Driving photo: Matija Janežič

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