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20% VAT cut on electric vehicles proposed to increase uptake


What Car?’s survey of 7778 visitors to its website also revealed that 20% did not understand what vehicle they could buy from 2030 on, with confusion around the different types of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric technology, The biggest barrier to adoption, cited by 40% of respondents, was a need to expand the charging network. However, 20% did say  they were more likely to buy an electric car next following last week’s announcement of a 2030 ban on petrol and diesel cars.

“We need consumers to accept change is happening,” said Hawes. “As an industry we face pressures to hit CO2 targets, and as a nation we have committed to the same. But we need the consumer to take up the technologies we develop in order to realise the changes that are being sought.”

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