Electric vehicles have certainly been a long time in rising to prominence. However, it looks like this is the year when they could finally hit the big time.
As the mileage range for mains charged vehicles increases and the charging infrastructure improves, an EV becomes a more viable alternative. Choice has been slow to grow so far, but is set to grow in 2020 as many new models start to arrive.
Full electric vehicles continue to be subsidised by the Government, courtesy of a £3000 grant coming off the ticket price. In additional to this, there are a growing number of models which also come with an attractive AF saving.
There are many more, new EV’s set to arrive onto the market in the next 12-months – DS 3, Honda e, Skoda Enyaq IV, Volvo XC40, Volkswagen ID3, Audi Q4 e-Tron, BMX iX3, Peugeot e-2008 and FIAT 500.