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19 Feb

European carmakers holding back EV adoption by selling premium cars: T&E

European carmakers are slowing electric vehicle adoption by focusing on the sales of larger, more expensive electric cars, Transport & Environment (T&E) suggested Monday. Only 17% of electric cars sold in Europe are in the affordable B-segment, compared to 37% of new combustion engine vehicles, the campaign group says in a new analysis. Larger, more premium D-segment BEVs take up 28% of the market share, while D-segment ICE’s account for only 13%. B…
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