Volkswagen To Sell EVs Only In Norway From Next Year

Norway is set to ban the sale of new internal combustion vehicles starting in 2025, taking VW one step further.

Volkswagen, maker of the iconic Golf and the all-electric ID.4, will stop selling internal combustion engine cars in Norway from next year, according to Moller Mobility Group, the brand’s importer in Norway. It is said that Last weekend, the German automaker celebrated its 75th anniversary in Norway, a country where plug-in vehicles can be found in nearly every driveway and nearly every apartment parking lot. Last month, 93% of all new cars were registered.