Study: Global EV sales soar 63 per cent in first half of 2022

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Study: Global EV sales soar 63 per cent in first half of 2022

Latest figures from market analyst Canalys reveal that 4.2 million electric vehicles were sold in the first six months of the year

Global sales of electric vehicles (EV) soared by 63 per cent in the first half of this year with a total of 4.2 million units sold, according to the latest figures from market analyst Canalys. The figures...

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