If you lease a fully electric car, in 2021 you will pay a low addition of 12 percent on the first 40,000 euros of the list price. If the car is more expensive than that, the regular rate of 22 percent applies to everything above 40,000 euros. In 2022, the low addition will go to 16 percent on the first 35,000 euros. As it stands, that percentage will remain the same in 2023 and 2024, but the maximum amount will be reduced by 5000 euros to 30,000 euros.
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Anyone who is quick to order an electric car can therefore still benefit from a 12 percent addition this year. Below we have listed the plug models that with their starting price remain below 35,000 euros (or are just above it) and can therefore still be driven economically in 2022. And there are - as it now appears - not very many more.
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