Europe’s roads will see almost 84m EVs by 2030: An approximated 84 million electric vehicles (EVs) are expected to be moving along European streets by 2030.

This would be an increase from the current 3 million fully electric or plug-in hybrid cars & light commercial vehicles travelling the continent’s roadways.

That’s on the authority of a white paper from the research & consulting company Delta-EE, which indicates that 84 million EVs will however constitute less than half of all vehicles on the road by the close of the decade.

The study predicts that internal combustion engine (ICE) cars & light commercial vehicles will continue to make up the majority of vehicles by that period of time.

The writers of the report believe plug-in cars & light commercial vehicles make up for one-in-ten new vehicle registrations from last year.

They forecast 2026 to be the year that new plug-in vehicle sales will exceed ICE sales for the 1st time & by the decade’s end, European EV sales  will be move towards a 90% yearly  market share.

Europe’s roads will see almost 84m EVs by 2030

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