Norway Plug-In Electric Car Market Share Again At 26% In June
While just a few countries are achieving visible market share for plug-in cars, Norway is flying somewhere above the horizon at 26% in June.
Most of the registrations in Norway are pure electric cars – some 2,617 BEVs out of 3,693 new passenger plug-ins. Another 286 BEVs were used imported. Additionally 62 new electric vans and 3 used were registered in June.
But plug-in hybrids are growing much faster at well over 1,000% year over year to 1,076 in June.
As you can see below, 13,659 new all-electric cars were registered in the first half of the year, supplemented by 3,010 plug-in hybrids and 289 vans.
Volkswagen e-Golf again was the best selling plug-in car in Norway with 747 registrations in June. If we add 355 Golf GTE it turns out that about two thirds of all Golfs were plug-ins.
Renault ZOE shock us with 431 registrations jumping to 4th overall among BEVs!
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV also remain very strong with 421, leading all plug-in hybrids.
Tesla Model S is the second best selling car in Norway after the first six months at 2,674 registrations, behind the 4,829 e-Golfs. Nissan LEAF landed far behind at 8th with 1,611 in the period.