Norway All-Electric Car Sales Stable at 1,400 and 11% Market Share
Electric car sales in Norway seem stable at a level of approximately 1,400 units a month.
In October ,1,398 new electric passenger cars were registered at 10.8% market share (up 51.1% year-over-year), but after including 413 used electric cars imported into Norway, the total number stands at 1,811.
There were also 56 new and one used electric van.
Nissan LEAF leads the model rankings with 372 and 4,117 YTD, however Volkswagen is just behind and sold more EVs as a brand. e-Golf at 324, while e-up! was 230.
BMW i3 takes fourth place at 130 ahead of the Kia Soul EV – 86.
Tesla Model S is missing in the top five, which must be a consequence of Tesla retooling its factory.
Coming soon, we will try to check shares of electric versions vs. ICE for Golf, up! and Soul.
Source: Best Selling Cars – Matt’s blog