Electric cars, along with plug-in hybrids, accounted for 1.6% of passenger car sales in Europe in the third quarter. Without a doubt, good news for our health. According to data from the ACEA, the association of manufacturers in Europe, during the past quarter the sales of electric cars to battery have grown by 60.9%, plug-in hybrids by 53.2%, and conventional hybrids by 59.7%. While the Dieselgate has reduced its sales by 4.3% compared to last year.

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