This depends on which definition of ‘developed’ country you prefer – Wikipedia describes seven such lists. Among the countries that meet all six or seven criteria, Denmark has the lowest rate at 354 car per 1000 people. That still places it as 33rd highest by car ownership in the world though. If you use different developed country criteria, you’re likely to get a different answer: out of countries that made it to 4 or more lists, the winner would be Singapore. Just to note, none of the developed countries by any definitions made it to the lowest 50 car ownership countries.
Source: The Economist ‘Pocket World in Figures’ 2010 Edition
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