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    Based on the data of the Norwegian Road Federation (OFV), 7,959 new cars were sold in Norway, and 6,659 of these are EVs, which means EVs accounts for nearly 9 out of 10 vehicles.
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    Norway's top 3 best-selling cars consist of the Audi Q4 e-Tron, followed by the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and then the BMW iX.
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    The only non-EV on the top 10 is the Toyota RAV4 Prime PHEV, which is in ninth place and sold 271 units.
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    As for the top five brands, Audi is in first place with 952 vehicles sold, followed by Hyundai with 704 vehicles sold.
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    Volkswagen is next with 659 units, while Kia is at fourth with 616. Lastly, Toyota rounds out the top 5 with 576 vehicles sold.
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    Interestingly, Tesla, which is actually one of the most dominant brands in Norway, was absent not just in the top 10, but even in the top 20. This could however be attributed to supply issues.
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    Swipe up to know more about the rising dominance of EVs in Norway.
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