In Norway, 8,116 new EVs were registered in October 2921, giving pure electric cars a 70.1 percent share of all new registrations for the month. This represents an increase of 3.1 percent, when compared to the 7,873 BEV registrations in October 2020.
The Volkswagen ID.4, with 913 registrations, was the model with the most new registrations in October.
88,674 new BEVs have been registered so far this year, according to the Norwegian Road Information Agency (OFV). This represents a market share of 63.1 percent from the beginning of January to the end of October. These numbers represent purely battery-electric vehicles (BEV) and not hybrid vehicles.
A further 2,226 plug-in hybrids (PHEV) in October, with a market share of 19.2 percent (-6.2 percent from October 2020).
Overall, 89.3 percent of all new passenger car registrations in Norway had an external charging connection in October – up from 87.7 percent in August.
By comparison, internal combustion engine (ICE) petrol cars had a market share of just 3.7 percent and ICE diesel cars a 2.6 percent share.