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This is how global car use could change between now and 2050

The share of car trips taken in North America is expected to remain at a very high 76 percent despite the importance of the car slightly sinking. Image: Unsplash/ Quaid Lagan

Katharina Buchholz

Data Journalist, Statista

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Car use is expected to increase by 12 percentage points in Asia from 2015 t0 2050. Image: Statista
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