Currently reading: What a drop in PHEV sales means for Europe's car industry
As plug-in hybrids' popularity falls in the UK and parts of Europe, regular hybrids and EVs are on the rise

Plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) are losing momentum in the car market in the UK and across Europe as regular hybrids and electric cars outpace them.

Sales of PHEVs, including 2021’s best-seller, the BMW 330e, are down 5.5% to the end of May in the UK, while sales of electric cars rose a massive 71%.

This meant EVs were twice as much in demand as PHEVs, which captured a 6.6%

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