When do you think the Volkswagen ID.3 and SEAT el-Born will actually be available?

When do you think the Volkswagen ID.3 and SEAT el-Born will actually be available? Any other similar cars to look out for?

Asked on 15 January 2020 by Rooby

Answered by Andrew Brady
First deliveries of the ID.3 are expected mid-2020. I understand there's already a considerable waiting list, so you might struggle to actually get your hands on one if you haven't got your name down already. You could also consider a Kia e-Niro or Tesla Model 3. Also look at a MINI Electric, Honda E or Peugeot e-208, if you don't need as much space.
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