The Tesla Model Y became Norway’s best-selling car in June this year, according to Tesmanian. model Y sales were strong, double that of its closest competitor, the Volkswagen ID.4.
Tesla’s sales rebounded after the successful resumption of the Tesla Shanghai Superfactory in April this year. Since mid-May, Tesla’s Shanghai mega-factory has been actively producing cars and shipping them globally. Most of them are being sent to Europe, which has had a positive impact on the manufacturer’s sales.
IT House has learned that OFV data shows that Tesla Model Y sales were 2,533 units in June, taking the No. 1 spot with a 17 percent market share. In second place is the Volkswagen ID.4, with sales of 1,244 units, 1,289 units behind Tesla.
In addition, the Skoda Enyaq was third with 1057 units sold and a 7.1% market share. The BMW iX was in fourth place with 475 units sold and a 3.2% market share. In 5th place was the Toyota RAV4 with 455 units sold and a 3.1% market share.
According to the data, 14,901 new passenger cars were registered in Norway in June, down 5,491 (-26.9%) from June 2021. Meanwhile, the market share of zero-emission vehicles continued to rise in June, accounting for 78.7% of the market, up from 64.7% a year earlier.