May 4, 2021 - 04:10 pm

7,229 electric cars sold in Norway during April

7,229 new electric passenger cars were registered in Norway in April, up 96.9 per cent compared to the same month in the last Covid-year. Norway’s most successful model across all drive types in April was the VW ID.4 with 1,824 buyers.

The 7,229 new electric passenger cars registered in April made for a pure EV market share of 54.9%. In the same month last year, the share was 49.4 per cent.

In the current year, a total of 26,388 new electric cars hit the road – an increase of 31.8 per cent compared to the same period last year. Across all drive types, 13,166 new passenger cars were registered last month.

In addition to the 7,229 purely electric cars, 3,316 plug-in hybrids were registered in Norway in April. Thus, part-time electric vehicles had a market share of 25.2 per cent last month (March: 28.6 per cent). Compared to April 2020, PHEVs increased by 121.5 per cent. The “non-rechargeable” hybrids also increased, albeit “only” by 56.4 per cent compared to the same month last year. They accounted for 918 new registrations – their market share was 7 per cent.

However, if BEVs and PHEVs are added together, the market share in April was an impressive 80.1 per cent (March: 84.9 per cent). The market share of pure combustion vehicles was 12.9 per cent.

With 1,824 units, the Volkswagen ID.4 was the only model with four-digit registration figures. In addition, the electric car was the model with the highest number of new registrations across all drive types in April. The BEVs are also powerful in the rest of the “top ten” – hardly surprising given their market share: the Audi e-tron, for example, came in fourth with 668 new registrations. It was followed by the Polestar 2 with 469 new registrations and the Mercedes-Benz EQC (378) in sixth place. The Nissan Leaf made it to seventh place with 313 new registrations.

This year’s top 20 includes model series with electric or PHEV versions, such as the Hyundai Kona, Kia Niro, Volvo XC60, BMW i3 or even a Toyota CH-R. The VW ID.3 does not appear in the Top 20, but with 554 units of the Mitsubishi Outlander in 20th place, the hurdle would be manageably high.

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2 Kommentare zu “7,229 electric cars sold in Norway during April

  1. alx

    funny you are not mentioning id3. if it and vw were selling well you would be mentioning it beyond the initial pent up demand figures, which these seem to be. wake me up if 6 months from now id4 is still selling 1200+ lol . ok thanks for reading.

    • Ricardo

      Well, ID.4 and 3 are built in the same factory. So, they either build one or the other. I guess the 4 is more profitable. But then why start with the 3? Well my dear sir, you have a point there. Anyway, that factory is still ramping up. I’ll be sure to set my alarm clock for 6 months from now. I’m so glad readers like you are happy to see EVs do well. lol, ok, thanks for playing

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04.05.2021 16:43