In March, there were 13,983 new electric passenger cars registered in Norway. That number represented 86.1 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month.
In March 2021, there were 8,624 new electric cars registered. This means that when compared from year to year there is an increase of up to 62.1 percent. When compared to 6,160 new registrations from February 2022, March saw an increase of 127 percent.
If we add the 947 plug-in hybrids (5.8 percent market share), 91.9 percent of all new registrations in Norway in March were plug-ins.
Overall in March 2022, hybrid vehicles represented 2.7 percent of the market share, gasoline cars to 2.8 percent and diesel to 2.6 percent.
In March 2022, the Model Y accounted for 3,305 new registrations, while the Model 3 achieved 1,696 new registrations in Norway.
VW ID.3 followed in 3rd place with 1,111 new registrations. The 4th place went to the Audi Q4 e-tron with 667 vehicles in March.
Other electric vehicle sales details in March in Norway were the Hyundai Ioniq 5 (591 vehicles), BMW iX (562 vehicles), Polestar 2 (549 units), Volvo XC40 (386 units, but including PHEV and ICE) following ahead of the Audi e. -tron quattro (359 vehicles) and Ford Mustang Mach-E (322 units).