September saw plugin EVs at a record 93% share of Norway’s auto market, up from 89.1% year on year. The gains in share came from erosion of combustion vehicle volume, rather than growth in EV volume. Overall auto volume was 10,342 units, down almost 30% YoY. The Tesla Model Y was September’s bestseller.
September’s results saw combined EVs at a record 93% share, with BEVs (battery electrics) contributing a record 87.0%, and PHEVs (plugin hybrids) adding another 6.0%. These compare YoY with figures of 89.1%, with 77.7% BEVs, and 11.4% PHEVs.
We can see that BEVs have taken a further 10% of the market, at the expense of all other powertrains, including PHEVs.
Cumulative EV share YTD now stands at 90.4% (with 83.4% BEV), from 87.8% YoY (77.8% BEV). Expect at least 91% by full year end…