TOKYO – The European market continued its advance into electrification in 2018 with sales of battery-electric and all types of hybrids growing to nearly 1.1 million units and accounting for 7% of new-car demand. Sales of battery-electrics and plug-in hybrids – so-called electric chargeable vehicles or ECVs – grew to 384,052 units, up 33% from 2017 levels, according to a European Automobile Manufacturers Assn. report issued in February. The ECV share as a percentage of ...

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