Norwegian November statistics show 8,442 new electric cars registered

In November, 8,442 new electric cars were registered in Norway, 926 more than in October. The electric market share in Norway last month was 81.6 per cent.

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According to statistics from the road information authority OFV, the proportion of electric registrations has fallen significantly: in September, this figure was 87 per cent in Norway, and in October it was 84.2 per cent. The 8,442 electric cars were joined by 938 new plug-in hybrids in November. This means that 9,380 cars with plugs were registered last month. With 10,348 new cars across all drive systems, this means a market share of 90.6%.

Very striking in a year-on-year comparison: total registrations fell by 47% compared to November 2022. In the first eleven months of the year, 15 per cent fewer passenger cars were registered in Norway than between January and November 2022.

The Tesla Model Y topped the model ranking in November with 1,496 new registrations, followed by the Skoda Enyaq (565) and Toyota bZ4X (564). Fourth place went to the new Hyundai Kona with 466 new registrations, ahead of the Toyota RAV4 (447 new vehicles). (stats, both in Norwegian)


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