Plug-in electric car sales in Norway improved in November by almost 68% year-over-year to 10,018, which is about 79.9% of the passenger car market.
Strong is especially the growth of all-electric cars - by 90%, to over 7,000. Plug-in hybrids were close to 3,000.
Stats for the month:
- BEVs: 7,035 (up 90%, at 56.1% market share) + 505 ‘used’ + 377 vans (373 new and 4 used)
- PHEVs: 2,983 (up 31%, at 23.8% market share)
- Total: 10,018 (up 67.8%, at 79.9% market share)
New passenger plug-in car registrations in Norway – November 2020
- BEVs: 63,082 (up 11%, at 52.2% market share)
- PHEVs: 24,712 (up 48%, at 20.5% market share)
- Total: 87,794 (up 19%, at 72.7% market share)
The all-new Volkswagen ID.3 stands out from the pack with 986 new registrations for the month (and 5,451 YTD), but compared to 1,989 in September and 2,475 in October, deliveries slowed down substantially. Does this mean that the initial batch of ID.3 1ST was delivered and sales are now starting to stabilize?
The top of the other BEVs are at several hundred units a month. The second best is the MG ZS EV (644), considered as one of the most affordable models, followed by Audi e-tron (569) and and Nissan LEAF (557).
Top BEV results already in our database:
- Volkswagen ID.3 - 986
- MG ZS EV - 644
- Audi e-tron - 569
- Nissan LEAF - 557
- Mercedes-Benz EQC - 433
Polestar 2 noted 356 units, while Tesla sold 326 (including 267 Model 3 and 59 Model S/X).