Exactly 3,742 electric cars were newly registered in Norway in October. The market share of electric cars among car registrations was 35.7 per cent. The most successful model of all drive types was the Audi e-tron quattro.
Compared with September, 2,344 fewer electric cars were put on the road. This is largely attributable to the Tesla Model 3, of which only 121 units were registered in October. In September there were 2,342 new registrations.
In addition, there were 3,893 new cars with hybrid drive. The market share in October of this year was 37.2 per cent. Compared to the same month last year, this segment recorded an increase of 17.9 per cent. The 3,893 hybrid passenger cars included 2,364 plug-in hybrids. Part-time power supplies with plugs were also able to achieve an increase (20 per cent) compared to the same month last year. If both worlds are added together, 72.9 per cent of all newly registered passenger cars in Norway were equipped with an electric or hybrid drive in October.
The Audi e-tron quattro was the most successful model of all drive types with 873 new registrations. Tesla, on the other hand, only registered 121 new cars in Model 3 last month. In September there were 2,342 new registrations. This is attributable to the batch deliveries by Tesla.
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