The three pie charts compare the differences in percentage changes in four various categories of vehicles which have registered in Norway between year 2008 and 2018,as well as the future forecast of vehicles for 2028.
Overall, over a period of 10 years, petrol and diesel engine related vehicles were the by far the most popular options for Norwegians with new introduction of fully electric mode vehicles in 2018 whereas the usage of hybrid vehicles has been gained an extra popularity among them by 2018.The possibility of usage of fully electric, hybrid and diesel vehicles are expected be distributed in an almost same percentage with exception of petrol vehicles.
In 2008, the figure for the petrol vehicles stood at almost 70% of all while it came down to little less than 40%in 2018,one-fifth of decline. By contrast, the preferences for diesel vehicles has been grown at 46% in 2018 starting from one-third of all in comparison with 2008.The most striking feature has been the registration for fully electric vehicles in 2018 while hybrid cars or other vehicles have made up 11% in 2018 compared to 1% registration in 2008, a 10% increse.
By 2028,the proportions of vehicles are projected to be in almost same percentages( 30%) with exception of one-third of petrol vehicles, a remarkable drop in proportions.