|Even these are selling ok in Norway|
Breathing Time Edition
After another historic month, the EV Market in Norway took a little time to breathe and just sold 1.481 units, enough for a monthly EV Share of 12,2%, with the YTD share dropping to 15,22%.
Looking at the EV's perfomance in the general ranking, there's just one plug-in in the Top 10, the Nissan Leaf was #2 with 451 sales, far away from the VW Golf, leader with 766 registrations, although the Tesla Model S (#19 in April, #5 in the EV ranking, with 171 sales) is still #2 YTD, with the japanese electric hatch right behind in #3.
Despite this less extraodinary month, there's some points to notice:
- The VW e-Up! (257 sales, 977 YTD) is consistently ahead of the BMW i3 (236 sales, 882 YTD) in the fight for #3;
- The Outlander PHEV is by far the best selling plug-in hybrid, selling 183 units, eons ahead of the next PHEV, the Prius Plug-In (5 Units);
- Staggering performance of the Ford Focus Electric, registering its best performance ever in Europe, with the extraordinary amount of...37 units;
- In the LCV front, the Kangoo ZE (3 sales) is suffering with the competition from the PSA twins (Partner EV - 14 units; Berlingo EV - 10 units), and with the Nissan e-NV100 landing this month with its first two units, it looks that the Kangoo ZE no longer will be the sales leader regarding this particular market.
|1||Tesla Model S||171||2.227||30||2|
|5||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||183||622||8||N/A|
|8||Peugeot Partner EV||14||105||1||7|
|9||Ford Focus Electric||37||53||1||11|
|11||Citröen Berlingo EV||10||39||1||N/A|
Toyota Prius Plug-In
Renault Kangoo ZE
|Volvo V60 Plug-In|
Renault Fluence ZE