The mass adoption of electric vehicles in Europe lies somewhere in the future, despite rising fuel prices, accountancy firm Deloitte says in a new report. A recent survey of 4,760 European consumers finds only 16% of respondents see themselves as potential first movers to buy or lease an EV. Some 53% say they might be willing to consider one, while 31% say they are not likely to consider purchasing or leasing such a vehicle. Consumers in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Turkey ...

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