Audi Q4 e-tron tops Norwegian sales chart in January 2022


This is not even remotely surprising, but of 7,957 new passenger cars registered in January 2022 in Norway, 6,659 were all-electric, a share of nearly 84%. In fact, 19 of the top 20 were electric cars, with Toyota RAV4 (hybrid) sitting awkwardly in the middle, in 9th place. Hybrids grabbed a 6.8% share last month.

Model Numbers Share (%)
Audi Q4 e-tron 643 8.1
Hyundai IONIQ 5 477 6.0
BMW iX 444 5.6
Skoda Enyaq 389 4.9
Volkswagen ID.4 389 4.9
Ford Mustang Mach-E 356 4.5
Kia EV6 356 4.5
Audi e-tron (SUV) 289 3.6
Toyota RAV4 271 3.4
Polestar 2 261 3.3
Nissan Leaf 231 2.9
Mercedes-Benz EQA 189 2.4
Mercedes-Benz EQC 184 2.3
Peugeot 2008 (EV) 184 2.3
Porsche Taycan 181 2.3
Hongqi E-HS9 175 2.2
Volvo C40 (EV) 170 2.1
Kia Niro (EV) 156 2.0
Hyundai Kona (EV) 152 1.9
Volkswagen ID.3 125 1.6

Obviously, sales of pure petrol and diesel cars (we’re talking about non-hybrids) have been declining for a long time, and in January 2022, these cars accounted for only 387 units in total. Of the total 387, 175 units were petrol cars; which means the Porsche Taycan outsold pure petrol cars in Norway. The Audi Q4 e-tron topped the sales chart last month, followed by the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and BMW iX. Interestingly, the cousins Skoda Enyaq and VW ID.4 hold an equal share. The Mustang Mach-E and Kia EV6 have taken 6th and 7th places respectively, with equal share. And notice that China’s Hongqi E-HS9 has also made it to the top 20 list.

Source: OFV

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