The Tesla Model Y was Sweden’s best-selling battery-electric vehicle (BEV) in June, selling a total of 1,876 units in the country, according to data from Mobility Sweden shared on Friday (via Clean Technica).
Other notable sellers included the Volkswagen ID.4 in second (759), followed by the Kia Niro (703), the Skoda Enyaq (526) and the Audi E-Tron (387).
Sales of the Polestar 2 also dropped from the fifth-place spot in May, now to seventh with just 289 units sold in June.
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Additionally, the month saw Sweden’s plugin EVs take 55.1 percent of the country’s auto market share, up from 49.4 percent year over year.
BEVs made up about 31.6 percent of the market share, while plugin hybrids made up about 23.5 percent.
The Volkswagen ID.4 was Sweden’s top-selling BEV in May, with a total of 658 deliveries in the month, while Tesla’s Model Y delivered only 312 units in Sweden in the same time.
Tesla expanded its Superchargers to let non-Tesla EVs charge in Sweden and other European countries, and the automaker is also expected to do so in North America at some point in the future.