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WATCH: Looking for an electric car? Here's how long some customers have to wait for a new EV

2019-05-02 08:36
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Electric cars are in demand, and that means longer lead times for prospective owners. 

In Europe, EVs and infrastructure to support them is booming. Production however hasn't kept up with demand.

Here are the waiting periods expected for electric cars on sale in Europe.

Nissan leaf - 12 weeks

Kia e-Niro - 12 months

Audi e tron - Minimal 3 months

Nissan E-NV 200 - 12 months

Kia e-niro

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Renault Zoe - 5 months

Hyundai Kona Electric - 12 months

Volkswagen e-Golf - 17 weeks

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Renault Twizzy - Currently unavailable

BMW i3 - 14 weeks

Tesla Model S - 8 weeks

jaguar i-pace

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Hyundai IONIQ Electric - Currently unavailable

Volkswagen e-up - Currently unavailable

Tesla Model X - 8 weeks

Jaguar I-Pace - 4 months

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