Hyundai to stop selling its ICE vehicles in Norway

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Hyundai will stop selling its ICE vehicles in Norway

In 2022, more than 90% of Hyundai vehicles sold in Norway were electric. By 2025, Norway will completely ban the sale of new cars with internal combustion engines.

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Hyundai will no longer sell combustion engine vehicles in Norway from January 1, 2023. All new models in this market will be electric, reports Autoevolution.

Norway has become the first European country in which Hyundai decided to stop sales of its petrol and diesel cars. Over the course of two years, the company gradually withdrew its gasoline, gas and diesel models from the local market. Now they sell Kona electric cars, Ioniq 5 and 6, Tucson hybrid and Nexo hydrogen.

Hyundai chose Norway because this country is the world leader in the number of electric vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants. In 2022, the share of electric models accounted for 80% of total car sales. By 2025, Norway will completely ban sales of new ICE vehicles.

According to Hyundai representatives, in 2022, more than 90% of the brand's cars sold in Norway were electric vehicles. Since 2020, the company has delivered 25,000 vehicles to the country, of which 92% are electric.