Forty per cent of Europeans say their next car likely to be electric

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New survey from Ipsos Mori underscores growing popularity of electric vehicles, but price remains a major barrier to uptake

Four in 10 Europeans expect their next car to be electric, according to a new pan-European survey from polling experts Ipsos Mori that highlights the accelerating consumer interest in emissions-free driving....

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