Battery EV sales soar as plug-in hybrids suffer in sluggish car market

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Battery car sales in the UK are up more than 60 per cent since January | Credit: Go Ultra Low
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Battery car sales in the UK are up more than 60 per cent since January | Credit: Go Ultra Low

Battery electric vehicle sales are only bright spot as UK car market shrinks again, industry figures show

Battery electric vehicle (EV) sales were one of the few bright spots in a sluggish UK car market last month, which saw overall sales of low emission vehicles decline thanks to slowing demand for plug-in...

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