BEV sales move up by roughly 60% year-over-year, but PHEVs continue to shrink quickly.
After a slowdown in April, May brings another positive result for plug-in electric car sales in Norway.
Official registration stats indicate 6,096 new plug-in cars, which is 10.6% more than a year ago at 46.5% market share!
Of course, the sales are not increasing as much as it used to in the past because of the plug-in hybrid collapse noting 11 months of consecutive significant decrease.
- BEVs: 4,652 (up 59.8%, 35.5% market share) + 635 ‘used’ + 215 vans (209 new and 6 used) + 3 FCVs
- PHEVs: 1,445 (down 44.5%, 11.0% market share)
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New plug-in passenger car registrations in Norway – May 2019
Tesla Model 3 still on top YTD
It seems that Tesla Model 3 is well in the lead this year in Norway with 7,548 registrations (12.0% of all)! In May, an additional 705 new Model 3 were registered, which also is one of the highest (comparable to Volkswagen e-Golf/Golf, but we don’t have full data yet).
Overall, the Tesla brand is #1 in Norway with 1,010 registrations for the month and 8,845 for the year.
Great results were noted also by the Audi e-tron (530) and Jaguar I-PACE (510)!
Other noticeable BEV results already in our database:
- Volkswagen e-Golf – N/A (890 total with ICE)
- Audi e-tron – 530
- Jaguar I-PACE – 510
- BMW i3 – 344
- Nissan LEAF – 390
- Renault ZOE – 268
- Tesla Model X – 258
- Hyundai Kona Electric – N/A (234 total with ICE)
- Tesla Model S – 47
Top 20 new passenger car registrations in Norway – May 2019
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