Norway is the world’s leader when it comes to electric vehicle (EV) adoption, and the Nordic country showed its love for EVs again in June with the top ten selling cars last month all being electric. Leading the way was the Tesla Model Y, which sold more than twice as many units as the second place Volkswagen ID.4.
According to registration data from the Norwegian Road Federation (OFV), the Model Y took the top spot in June with 2,533 sales, equating to 84 new Model Ys being registered every day during the 30-day month. That is good enough for an impressive 17% market share in June for Tesla’s electric SUV.
In a distant second place was the ID.4 with 1,244 sales, giving it a market share of 8.3% last month. Rounding out the top three was the Skoda Enyaq with 1,052 sales, for a 7.1% market share in June. Those were the only three cars to reach triple digits, as the next closest EV was the BMW iX with 473 sales, or 3.2 % market share.
With a strong June, Tesla continues to hold its lead as the overall sales leader in Norway. In the first six months of 2022 Tesla has sold 8,062 cars in the country, giving it a 11.8% market share. This is ahead where it was last year at this point with 6,341 sales and a 7.6% market share.
In second place is VW with 6,572 units sold for a 9.6% market share.