Norway set for an electric car sales race in 2020 after a record-breaking year

In 2020, Tesla company will start producing a medium-sized sport utility vehicle, the Model Y, Image: Unsplash/Jp Valery

Victoria Klesty

Senior Correspondent, Reuters


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