Last month was another record month for the country with electric cars representing 42% of its new vehicles being registered.
That’s a significant jump from their last record in January when they reached 37% of new car sales.
The country’s EV incentives, like the 25% VAT tax exemption, are helping maintain the rate of adoption about 10 times higher than most markets.
In June, all-electric vehicles also reached a record 27% of new car sales with plug-in hybrids making up the difference.
The record was helped by a big boost in Tesla Model X deliveries which had a record month in Norway with 609 registrations in June – enough to make it the second most popular vehicle in the country. The Model X contributed only 238 units to the last record.