Germany has become the leader in sales of electric vehicles in Europe. The country has left behind Norway, which occupied the first position for several years, writes Bloomberg. By November in Germany there have been registered 57 533 new electric cars, in Norway – 56 893, according to transport departments of both countries.
Norway has been the European leader in electric vehicle sales since 2010, when the first mass-produced electric car of the Japanese brand entered the market. Experts explain the change of leader by the fact that German autoconcerns increased the production of electric vehicles