EVs in Europe more than tripled since the pandemic

The number of electric cars in Europe has more than tripled since the pandemic. The 5 major markets, representing a total of 70% market share, report an average growth of 74% in EVs. Marking the most giant leap ever taken!
EV Sales in Sweden went up to 45%, followed by Denmark and Finland, which achieved 35% and 31% respectively, showing triple-digit growth.

While EV sales accounted for 26% in Germany, Luxemburg, Austria, and Portugal achieved a share of roughly 20%

Most up-coming Southern European countries, such as Slovenia, Croatia, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria and Poland, are on their way to catching up, displaying triple-digit growth rates during 2021

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