That's quite a lot and even the Audi e-tron - 2020 market leader in Norway - is not able to keep up the pace, having 286 new registrations. About 7,600 for the year is enough for it to remain the top-selling car of any kind.
It will be very interesting whether the usual late-quarter Tesla rush will allow the Model 3 to beat the latest EVs on the market. The Model S and Model X were pretty much marginalized in Norway so all eyes are now directed towards Model 3 to answer whether the demand is still strong.
Our guess is that regardless of the Model 3 results, the ID.3 has the chance to become the top-selling EV in Norway, simply because of how strong the brand is in the country (the Golf was usually the top-selling model).