French government rolls back some EV incentives, but will it impact demand?

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

The French government has rolled out some key updates in its EV policy, withdrawing its popular €100 per month electric car leasing scheme as well as some part incentives for financially better off households. While the new changes attempt to balance the subsidy support for citizens with modest income, how will it impact the demand for EVs in France?

The French government has put out several new updates in its electric vehicle policy, including the rollback of €1,000 in the ecological bonus that was applicable on the acquisition of new private cars and vans for households with the highest income in the country.

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