Oppdatert: 4. okt. 2019
Of the 11157 new passenger car sold in Norway in September, 6086 was pure electric (BEV). This is 54,5 % of the marked. Tesla Model 3 was the most sold model with 2342 cars. There is sold 1276 more battery electric vehicles (+ 26.5%) than in September 2018. In comparison, the market share in September last year was 45.3 per cent. In September 1139 plug-in hybrids were, 446 fewer (- 28.1%) than in September 2018. So far this year, 12,064 new rechargeable hybrid passenger cars have been registered, 8568 fewer than in the same period in 2018. The total number of hybrid cars sold in September where 2542. This is 237 fewer (- 8.5%) than in September 2018. The hybrid cars had a 22.8 per cent market share, while the market share in September 2018 was 26.2 per cent. In September 2019, 12.4 per cent of all newly registered passenger cars had only diesel engines, the same as in September 2018. So far this year, 15.5 per cent of all recently registered passenger cars have only diesel engines, in the same period in 2018, the proportion was 17.9 per cent. 10.3 per cent of the new passenger cars registered in September had only petrol engines, while the gasoline share in September 2018 was 16.1 per cent. So far this year, 16.6 per cent of all newly registered passenger cars have only petrol engines, in the same period in 2018, the proportion was 23.8 per cent.