Electric and hybrid record

Electric and hybrid record

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During the past year 2020 New vehicle registrations in Norway registered a very contained decrease of 0.7% compared to 2019 until reaching a total volume of 141,412 units delivered to new users.

For the first time in history and in any country in the world, the sales of electric vehicles have surpassed those of combustion by having achieved in 2020 a share of 54.3% compared to 8.0% for gasoline and 8.6% for diesel. The remaining quantity (29.1%) is distributed between the simple hybrids (12,231 units) and the PHEVs (28,905). As for all-wheel drive, 2020 closed with 46.6% of vehicles counting on it.

Electric and hybrid record

By brands, the most prominent in positive were Mercedes (+ 132.5%), MG (+ 500%), SEAT (+ 134.5%), Porsche (+ 193.7%), DS (+ 500%), Jeep (+ 152.6%) and Maxus (500%)

Electric and hybrid record

BRAND RANKING YEAR 2020

  1. VW 18,531
  2. Toyota 12,760
  3. Audi 10,269
  4. BMW 9,625
  5. Volvo 9,412
  6. Tesla 8,737
  7. Hyundai 7,626
  8. Mercedes 7,482
  9. Skoda 7.204
  10. Nissan 5,785
  11. Peugeot 5,537
  12. Kia 4,168
  13. MG 3,720
  14. Mitsubishi 3,283
  15. Ford 3,189
  16. Mazda 2,926
  17. Polestar 2,838
  18. Renault 2,697
  19. Suzuki 2,416
  20. Opel 1,912
  21. Porsche 1,718
  22. Jaguar 1,349
  23. MINI 996
  24. SEAT 975
  25. Subaru 964
  26. Citroën 900
  27. Lexus 618
  28. DS 525
  29. Honda 516
  30. Land rover 158
  31. Maxus 112
  32. Dacia 87
  33. Xpeng 86
  34. Fiat 76
  35. Alfa Romeo 74
  36. Smart 64
  37. SsangYong 26
  38. Bentley 20
  39. BYD 10
  40. Chevrolet 9
  41. Maserati 9
  42. Aston Martin 7
  43. Morgan 5
  44. Ferrari 4
  45. Lamborghini 4
  46. Dodge 2
  47. Alpine 1
  48. Cadillac 1
  49. LEVC 1
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Among the firms that closed negative, we must mention Smart (-42.9%), Land Rover (-47.0%), Honda (-38.9%), Tesla (-53.5%), Dacia ( -47.9%) and Alfa Romeo (-53.5%)

Electric and hybrid record

TOP 50 MODELS YEAR 2020

  1. Audi e-tron 9,226
  2. Tesla Model3 7,770
  3. VW ID.3 7,754
  4. Nissan Leaf 5,221
  5. VW Golf 5,068
  6. Hyundai Kona 5,029
  7. Toyota RAV4 4,412
  8. MG ZS 3,720
  9. Mercedes EQC 3,614
  10. Mitsubishi Outlander 3,258
  11. Volvo XC40 2,950
  12. Polestar2 2,831
  13. BMW i3 2,714
  14. Volvo XC60 2,537
  15. Toyota Yaris 2,501
  16. Toyota Corolla 2,487
  17. Hyundai Ioniq 2,376
  18. Renault ZOE 2.346
  19. Skoda Octavia 2,274
  20. Toyota C-HR 2.105
  21. BMW X1 1,950
  22. Peugeot 208 1,934
  23. Skoda Citigo 1.827
  24. Kia Niro 1,773
  25. Kia Soul 1,758
  26. Peugeot 2008 1705
  27. Volvo V60 1,660
  28. VW Up! 1,555
  29. Skoda Superb 1.414
  30. Jaguar I-Pace 1,305
  31. VW Passat 1,233
  32. Mazda MX-30 1,222
  33. Taycan Porch 1,221
  34. Volvo XC90 1,218
  35. BMW 3 Series 1,195
  36. Skoda Kodiaq 1,131
  37. Ford Kuga 1,085
  38. BMW X3 1,076
  39. Peugeot 3008 1,023
  40. BMW X5 996
  41. Mazda CX-30 984
  42. VW T-Roc 965
  43. SEAT Mii 939
  44. Toyota Prius 905
  45. Mercedes GLE 863
  46. Suzuki Across 798
  47. VW Tiguan 796
  48. Mercedes GLC 741
  49. Ford Focus 718
  50. Volvo V90 716

Electric and hybrid record

He Audi e-tron has managed to close the year 2020 as the most demanded model in Norway despite the good performance registered by the Volkswagen ID.3 in recent months, and the already common acceptance of Tesla Model 3. The latter has not precisely managed to shine like other years due to strong competition and excessively long delivery times (units usually arrive in Europe at the end of each quarter).

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Electric and hybrid record

Special mention deserves the MG ZS that has entered with great force without having encountered problems due to its origin. Xpeng, BYD, Aiways and Maxus should also shine in 2021 alongside Polestar, all of them Chinese firms that have ambitious plans in Norway. Among hybrid vehicles the Toyota RAV4 continues to lead and already has a good advantage Mitsubishi outlander. In diesel, the most demanded has been Skoda Octavia although its sales have fallen notably.

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