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Tesla again leads the Norwegian EV market with Model 3 and Model Y both in November and 2021 to date. The manufacturer's two models occupy 15.3% of the EV market in the country.
After the traditional break in October, deliveries of Tesla cars to Norway have resumed with renewed vigor. In November, the manufacturer strengthened its position again to show strong results at the end of the quarter and year. In November, Model 3 and Y became the best-selling electric vehicles in the country, capturing 15.3% of the market share, according to EU EVs' data.
Model Y is the undisputed leader, registering 1,013 units last month. It is followed by Model 3 with 770 units. The German Volkswagen ID.4 is in third place with 719 registered units. It is followed by Nissan with 655 Leafs. Polestar 2 closes the top five with 501 registered units.
The market leaders sheet for 2021 is slightly different. The undisputed leader is Model 3 with 10,101 units registered in 11 months of the year. In second place is Volkswagen ID.4 with 7,923 units, as Model Y sales began only about three months ago. Still, in this abbreviated period, Model Y achieved very high sales performance with an impressive 5,931 units registered, bringing it into third place. With this trend, the car will soon become the best-selling EV in Norway. In fourth place is Ford Mustang Mach-E with 5,839 units. Closing out the top 5 is Skoda ENYAQ with 5,184 registrations.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.