Norway All-Electric Car Sales Maintain 12% Market Share Again In November
Norway all-electric car sales again landed at ~12% market share last month and there are no signs at this time of further growth.
12.3% for passenger cars is a slightly higher result than in October, however 1,418 units is below last year’s 1,434. Higher share comes from a market that shrunk by almost 5%.
In Norway, there is a decently sized batch of imported BEV registrations – 296.
All-electric vans amounted to 58 registrations (plus three used imported).
Nissan LEAF with 311 new registrations and 2.7% market share was the most popular model among BEVs and is third overall after 11 months with 4,428 units.
This time we don’t have numbers for Volkswagen e-Golf (probably 250 units out of 870) and e-up! (likely up to some 200 out of 283).
Tesla Model S captured 1.8% of the market thanks to 202 units (3,773 sold this year gives Tesla fifth place in model ranking).
BMW i3 with 156 sales has 1.4% share (1,920 registrations YTD).
Renault ZOE had a promising result of 102 registrations (very first time above 100) and has been on the growth curve for several months now.