Category: Automobile / Transport
Tesla sold around 5,700 vehicles in Norway in March, of total new passenger car sales for the month of 18,375. That’s around 31% of the market.
Fully electric cars (BEVs) as a whole amounted to over 58% of Norway’s total new auto market, another record. With hybrids (both plugged and non-plugged) taking another 19%, this left only 23% market share for pure-fossil autos.
This means that Tesla significantly outsold all pure-fossil autos in Norway in March. The fossils are quickly becoming extinct.
Norway’s Road Traffic Information Council published figures recording a total of 10,732 new BEV registrations in March, some 58.4% market share. They also recorded that 5,315 Tesla Model 3s were registered in March.
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Published: April 1, 2019