Sales of new electric vehicles in the U.K. soared 94% last year to 28,188 units, more than the past five years’ totals combined. Government and motor-industry-backed Go Ultra Low says the popularity of plug-in vehicles shows no sign of slowing with an even greater selection of ultra-low-emission vehicles due to be launched in 2016. It says sales in 2015 eclipsed the 21,486 total of PHEVs sold between 2010 and 2014. “Fueling the demand is a greater choice of models, with 30 ...

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