FILE PHOTO: Audi unveils its first production electric vehicle, the e-tron, a sport utility vehicle at an event in Richmond, California, USA-September 17, 2018. REUTERS/Joe White
OSLO (Reuters) – German car maker Audi’s all-electric e-tron sports utility vehicle was the best-selling car in Norway last month, with 8.3 percent share of the market, and the registration of the data showed that, on a Friday.
Audi has delivered a 873-electric sport utility vehicles in October, ahead of the Volkswagen Golf VOWG_p.DE on the second place with 748 cars, according to the Norwegian Road Federation.
A total of 35.7% of all car sales in Norway last month were electric.
Looking at the sales of combusion engines of the cars in the middle of the next decade in Norway, a battery-powered vehicle from the taxes imposed on gasoline and diesel engines.
Tesla’s Model 3, the company’s sales declined to a market share of just 1.2% in October, but it is still the country’s best-selling car of the year.
Reporting by Terje Solsvik, editing, Gwladys Fouche