The 3 pie charts illustrate the amount to four kinds of automobiles legally owned in Norway: electric, hybrid, diesel, petrol, in 2008 and 2018, and a prediction for 2028.
Overall, the most popular cars were the petrol cars (at 69%), in 2008, and diesel consuming vehicles(at 46%) in 2018, whereas a prediction for the most preferably complete electric cars at 32%, in 2028. Electric cars weren’t introduced in 2008 yet; the least amount of such cars was recoded (at 4 %), in 2018.
Petrol cars ( at 69%), which were the top most priority of the citizens of Norway in 2008, were in the second place in 2018, at 39%. The diesel running cars (at 30%), which were in the second place in 2008, took the first place in 2018, at 46%. The least popular hybrid cars (at 1%) in 2008, were increased up to 11% in 2018. Fully automatic cars, which were found in 2018, had been the least demanded cars (at 4%) in 2018; no such cars were observed in 2008.
in 2028, complete automatic cars are expected to be the top most priority of the respondents of Norway ( at 32%); petrol operated cars are projected to be the least favoured (at 11%). Hybrid vehicles will be in the second place (at 30%); diesel running cars are estimated to be in the third place (at 27%).