Despite the large amount of aid granted, the prices of electric cars are still very (too) high in France. Is the electric car reserved for the richest? Auto Plus experts discuss the issue in the program La Rédac.
€ 16,990, excluding ecological bonus. This is currently the entry price in France for a new 100% electric model, except for the Renault Twizy and Citroën Ami, which are considered quadricycles. it’s about the Dacia Spring.
But with such a price, the Romanian city car is an exception on a market that is certainly booming but still not very accessible to all budgets. It is indeed the only one to be displayed for less than € 20,000. Count for example € 21,550 minimum for an electric Renault Twingo and € 21,920 for a small Seat Mii, still excluding bonus. And prices soar rapidly as the size and performance (range) of the model increase.
Hence the question that Auto Plus TV is asking today: is the electric car reserved for the richest? To answer it, Nicolas Bernard, François Tarrain and Pierre-Louis Champeaux, three members of the editorial staff of Auto Plus, participate in the program “La Rédac”, hosted by Cécile de Ménibus.
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