The numbers for the Norwegian car for 2020 is out. The share of pure electric cars (BEVs) has raised from 42.4 % in 2019 to 54.3 % in 2020. For the first year over half of all new cars sold are pure electric.
The share of plug-in hybrids (PHEV) was 20.4 %. In other words, 3 of 4 car sold in 2020 has a charging socket.
The total new car market in Norway in 2020 was 141 412 car.
The four most sold car model was electric.
Audi e-tron with 9 227 car (6.5 % market share).
Tesla Model 3 with 7 770 cars (5.5 % market share).
Volkswagen ID.3 with 7 754 cars (5.5 % market share).
Nissan Leaf with 5 221 cars (3.7 % market share).
On the fifth and sixth place, we find VW Golf and Hyundai Kona, which are mostly are delivered as electric cars.
The electric Volvo XC 40 P8.
For December the numbers were even better. 66.7 % market share for BEVs and 20.4 % for PHEVs. This gives a market share of 87.1 % for cars with a charging socket.