Almost every third car sold in Norway is electric

The sale of electric cars in Norway is booming. Manufacturers might face difficulties keeping up with demand in future.

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Almost every third car sold in Norway in 2018 was a zero-emission vehicle.

The sale of electric cars grew almost 40 percent in the past year.

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