It is calculated that a million EVs will be sold in Europe next year.
Figures from the Transport & Environment lobby group are based on manufacturers’ figures and will be realised by a boost in ev performance, improved combustion engines, reduced sales of high polluting cars and pooling of EV development among makers.
Hyundai is the latest car maker to join VW, BMW, Daimler and Ford in a European ev charging joint venture called Ionity.
It aims to install 400 high speed charging stations over Europe by the end of 2020, and so far has 140 stations in 14 countries.
The average premium for a young driver up to 24 years is now £1,200, but its cheapest in the West Country, while the Government has raked in £118 M in premium tax.
A quarter of the UK population is unhappy about EU plans to automatically record car speed and issue fines from collected data, said Comparethemarket.