As an AI language model, I don’t have access to real-time data. However, as of my last knowledge update in 2021, here are ten countries that have introduced new regulations or incentives to promote the adoption of electric cars:
1. Norway: Norway has been a leader in electric vehicle (EV) adoption. They have implemented various measures including tax exemptions, toll concessions, preferential parking, free charging stations, and other incentives to make electric cars more attractive.
2. Germany: Germany has increased their incentives for electric cars by extending the subsidies until 2025, providing tax breaks, and investing in charging infrastructure.
3. France: France has implemented a bonus-malus system, where purchasers of electric cars receive a bonus, and high-emission vehicle buyers face additional penalties. They have also committed to banning the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2040.
4. United Kingdom: The UK has set a target to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030. They have introduced grants for electric vehicle purchases, reduced taxes, and pledged to expand charging infrastructure.
5. China: As the world’s largest EV market, China has implemented several regulations and incentives to promote electric car adoption. These include purchase subsidies, license plate lotteries, and mandates for manufacturers to produce a certain percentage of electric vehicles.
6. Netherlands: The Netherlands has set a target to ban the sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030. They provide various incentives such as tax exemptions, purchase subsidies, and free charging stations.
7. Sweden: Sweden offers bonus-malus incentives, where buyers of electric cars receive a bonus and high-emission vehicle buyers face additional charges. They have also announced a target for all new car sales to be electric by 2030.
8. Canada: Canada has implemented purchase incentives for electric vehicles, provided grants for charging infrastructure, and pledged to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035.
9. South Korea: South Korea has increased incentives for electric vehicles through tax benefits, subsidies, and exemptions from various charges. They aim to have 1.13 million electric vehicles on their roads by 2025.
10. India: India has implemented various incentives and policies to promote electric vehicles, including subsidies, tax benefits, and plans for significant infrastructure development. They aim to have only electric vehicles sold in the country by 2030.
Please note that governmental policies can change over time, and there might be more recent developments which are not included here. For the most up-to-date information, it is best to refer to current sources or news outlets.