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Manufacturers want to pay for e-car subsidies themselves

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Manufacturer’s promises give retailers stomach ache

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How the environmental bonus will look from January 2023 is anyone’s guess. In addition, due to the delivery bottlenecks, many customers will not receive the e-funding that they had hoped for when ordering. The first manufacturers are now taking countermeasures and promising to pay the bonus themselves. The trade sees this critically.

It is more than questionable whether there will still be funding for plug-in hybrids in particular next year.  Some manufacturers are now promising to stand in for the state and pay customers the environmental bonus under certain conditions.
It is more than questionable whether there will still be funding for plug-in hybrids in particular next year. Some manufacturers are now promising to stand in for the state and pay customers the environmental bonus under certain conditions.

The discussions about the environmental bonus (purchase premium) and the promotion of e-cars continue. It is still unclear what subsidies buyers of electric vehicles who will only be registered after December 31, 2022 can expect. It is currently completely unclear whether there will be any money left for plug-in hybrids at all.

As a result, customers react with reservations or even withhold their purchases because, given the long ordering times for many models, there is currently no prospect of benefiting from the grants this year anyway. Because the decisive factor for receiving the e-premium is the registration date of the vehicle, not the order date.

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