From Leon Kaye of Triple Pundit

Norway has long been a global leader in the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), but even this summer, the country made a breathtaking leap. Almost two-thirds of newly bought and registered automobiles that Norwegians purchased in July were zero-emission cars, according to the country’s Road Traffic Information Council.

Leading the pack in raw numbers was the Ford Mustang Mach-E (shown below), followed by the Skoda Enyaq, Toyota’s RAV4 (which sells a plug-in hybrid model in Norway) and the Volkswagen ID.4. Tesla’s Model 3 has been the best-selling car in Norway in 2021, to the point that it sold out in June, during which it boasted a 15 percent market share. And all this has been underway despite disruptions in global supply chains and the shortage of microchips.

In July, the Mustang Mach E was the top selling model of all cars, including EVs (Image credit: Ford Europe)


Photo by Hendrik Morkel on Unsplash

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