11,274 new electric cars were registered in Norway during November 2021. Electric cars reached a share of 73.8 per cent of all passenger car registrations in the month. In addition, there were 2,653 new plug-in hybrids. The most popular model was the Tesla Model Y with 1,013 registrations.
Compared to the 7,035 EV registrations in November 2020, the 11,274 new electric cars from the previous month represent a 60 per cent YOY increase
With now 11,274 new electric car registrations were slightly higher than October but significantly below the September figure of 13,946 new electric cars. At the end of that quarter, Tesla alone had more than 5,700 new registrations.
In addition to the 11,274 electric cars, there were 2,653 plug-in hybrids in November with a market share of 17.4 per cent. In total, 91.2 per cent of all new passenger cars in Norway had an external charging connection in November.
The model ranking in November is led by two Models by California Car Maker Tesla. The Model Y came to 1,013 new registrations, the Model 3 to 771. Close behind is the VW ID.4, of which 725 were newly registered in Norway in November.