Germany on Track to Become Biggest Electric Vehicle Market In Europe

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Up until the past year, Norway was seen as a fringe case for electric-vehicle adoption, a nation in which widespread incentives had led to a situation in which there are more electric-car owners and drivers, per capita, than anywhere else in the world. 

By the sheer number, Norway, which we’ve noted is about the size of Los Angeles County in population, has been the biggest market for electric cars in Europe—and the third-largest nation in the world for EV sales, after only China and the U.S. 

But the rest of Europe, it seems, is catching up, quick. The case in point is the heartland of the European auto industry, Germany. Although Germany is nowhere close to Norway in terms of EVs per capita, it appears that it will surge past Norway in total EV sales.

According to Bloomberg, citing the transportation agencies of the two countries, through November there were 57,533 electric vehicles sold in Germany and 56,893 in Norway.

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