- 63% of drivers are considering an EV for their next car
- 79% of drivers travel less than 150 miles per week which means a single charge will cater for their weekly journeys
- EVs account for 50% of Tusker’s new car orders in 2020
- 36% of drivers can name three or more local EV charging stations
- Salary sacrifice schemes put all EVs into easy reach of drivers (from £249 a month for the new Vauxhall Corsa-e on a four-year contract inclusive of maintenance and insurance)
A recent survey of nearly 2,000 drivers, commissioned by car benefits provider Tusker, revealed some intriguing insights into consumers views on electric cars.
Looking into driving habits 79% of survey respondents admitted to driving less than 150 miles a week. That means models like the Tesla Model 3 (263 miles), the Audi e-Tron (220 miles) and even the new Vauxhall Corsa-e (200 miles) will cater for a week of driver journeys on a single charge.
You can download and read the full survey here.