Auto Trader warns high EV price tags risk putting mass UK adoption at risk

Stuart Stone
clock • 5 min read
Credit: Maxim Hopman
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Credit: Maxim Hopman

Online car marketplace calls for stronger tax incentives from government to support fairer transition to electric cars in the UK

Buyer interest in new electric vehicles has reportedly plummeted by 65 per cent since the beginning of 2022 in the UK, according to Auto Trader, prompting the new and used car dealer to call on for fresh...

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