Tesla's deliveries increased substantially in June in Norway – making Tesla the best-selling brand of the year, and pushing the electric market share over all vehicles sold in the country to almost 50%.
As previously reported, Tesla has tried to deliver a record number of vehicles in the second quarter, and on the basis of our data, Tesla appears to be "very close" to the delivery record at the end of the period.
The official global delivery numbers are not expected to be released later this week.
However, we already receive registration data from some markets such as Norway.
Tesla's sales jumped to 3,760 units in June, making Tesla the best-selling brand for the month with a 24.5
Here's Norway's registration statistics (via OFV Registration Statistics):
Tesla delivered several cars in Norway last month than the two next known car manufacturers (VW and Toyota).
Most of Tesla's deliveries in June in Norway were model 3 vehicles: 2,999 units.
It brought total electric car sales to over 48% of the car sales in the country.
In 2018, EV sales grew by 40% in Norway, and 1 in 3 vehicles sold in the market was a zero emission vehicle.
Norway aims for all new cars to be electric by 2025. This is the most aggressive target for any market, and they are by far the country's closest target of getting a zero-new car market.
] There is nothing new for Norway to conduct electric car sales, but these statistics are good to show what impact a single compelling new electric car model might have on increasing EV sales.
Therefore, I believe that most of the EV growth predictions are too weak.
There are many new convincing electric cars that will be on the market in the next few years, and it will be clear to most that their next car will be electric.
Tesla really leads the way by the way by taking the first mover advantage with high volume car: Model 3.
If other car manufacturers do not significantly accelerate their EV programs and increase their planned production capacity, I can see the percentage in this Norway The chart becomes a glimpse of the future of the global market.  What do you think? Please let us know in the comment section below.
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