Once it was so, that you only bought a car, either cash or via a loan, but today, there are many other versions of how you can have access to a car. It counts among other delebilsordninger, leasing and also car on subscription.
With the subscription service Dribe, where you can subscribe to the cars, coronakrisen not made inroads into the consumer desire to drive electric cars. It informs the Dribe in a press release.
Dribe reports that the great interest to subscribe on an electric car that was before coronakrisen, has not abated. Therefore, there remains only between one and three days, from one of the Dribes popular BMW i3 electric cars become available, it is booked by another member.
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- It is really positive that there is still so much interest to get the car in a flexible way. It is no secret that the closure under coronakrisen has slowed car sales, and one could therefore fear that it would also slow down people's desire to choose a greener car. We have not experienced, and it bodes well for the future, says Lars Eegholm, adm. director of Dribe, in the press release.
- We have seen that a great many consumers want to go green, but that they also have been reluctant to invest in an electric car. This is due not least to concerns about whether an electric car suits their needs, and whether the car can run far enough per charge, says Lars Eegholm.
Coronakrisen has made great inroads in nybilsalget, so that in april 2020 has been registered 10.201 new passenger cars, which is 37,0 percent fewer than in april 2019.
Where overall car sales are diminished as a result of coronakrisen, it goes generally forward with the sale of new electric vehicles.
That is from January to april been registered 2512 new electric cars in 2020, which is 1048 more than in the first four months of 2019.
At Dribe predicts that the demand for electric cars in the subscription will increase further, despite coronakrisen.
Though the expectations for the entire market has got a dive due to corona, so speak to a great many things will continue to become even more attractive to drive electric car in 2020. It is due not least to the deduction of dkk 40,000. by choosing electric or hybrid car as a company car, as well as to afgiftsstigningen on electric cars from 20 to 40 percent have been deferred to 2021, says Lars Eegholm.
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