The number of fully electric vehicles in Hungary grew by 50 percent in January-October, to 18,800, the Future Mobility Association said on Friday.
The association projects the number of full EVs on Hungarian roads will reach 30,000 at the end of next year, then increase to 75,000 after three years, and to 125,000 by the end of 2026.
Association chairman Gábor Pukler noted that full EVs first produced in large number 4-5 years ago are now showing up on Hungary’s used car market, increasing availability. He said used EV prices are determined not by their production year or the number on their odometres but by the distance they can travel on a single charge.
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