The e-car boom in Norway has brought very different winners into focus among manufacturers. The manufacturer, which can deliver electric cars in the premium segment, is at the top of the registration statistics because of the high tax savings. The market is very dynamic, and high-quality electric cars are in demand.
The support programs in Spain for electromobility are known as "MOVES". In April 2021, the government presented and approved the current MOVES III program. The program has a budget of 400 million euros until 2023, but can be expanded to up to 800 million euros if necessary. This increases the subsidy for the purchase of an electric car to up to 7.000 euros. In Spain, in order to obtain the full premium for the buyer, a used car more than 7 years old must be scrapped.
While the price/performance ratio of electric cars has improved continuously in recent years, the opposite trend can be observed with Tesla's entry-level Model 3. Despite the strong expansion of production capacities with the new giga factory in Brandenburg, new price increases for the entry-level model have been ongoing in recent months. If you look at the current configurator, the entry-level price for the basic model is already 49.900 euros (22.04.2022/2023/XNUMX) in Germany with delivery in February XNUMX.
Switzerland is not a member of the EU and is pursuing its own national path in promoting the electric car. While high state premiums in Norway and Germany in particular provide an incentive to buy, in Switzerland a division into national and cantonal support measures ensures regional peculiarities. We take a look at electric car subsidies and the most popular electric cars.