One has to look to Norway for natural wonders such as the Northern Lights and fjords, but also for the determination with which the Scandinavian country has set out on the road to the mobility of the future. Last year, 65% of the cars registered in Norway were electric (around 114 thousand units). It was the Oslo government’s conspicuous tax concessions that favoured plug-in cars. The government has decided to speed up the electrification of the car fleet: as of this year, in fact, the sale of thermally powered cars will stop, three years ahead of schedule.