By the end of 2020, according to EAFO, there were more than 2 million electrically chargeable cars registered in the EU (0.87 % of the total car fleet). Of these, 0.97 million were plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), and 1.13 million were battery electric vehicles (BEVs). As with electric recharging stations, registration of electrically chargeable cars has been uneven across the EU, with five countries (Germany, France, the Netherlands, Sweden and Belgium) accounting for more than three quarters of all electrically chargeable cars in the EU. According to the IEA Global EV Data Explorer, in 2020 China, had the largest number of electrically chargeable cars in the world – 4.5 million (3.51 million BEVs and 0.99 million PHEVs). The US had 1.78 million electrically chargeable cars (1.14 million BEVs and 0.64 million PHEVs).