The average cost of an electric car in the U.S. is already over $66,000 — it's as expensive as the U.S.V.V. cars

The average cost of an electric car in the U.S. is already over $66,000 — it's as expensive as the U

The rising prices of materials and logistics are markedly increasing the cost of electric vehicles, so existing manufacturers are not shy to raise their product prices regularly, but beginners are trying to raise additional funds to start production.

In June, according to the source, the average cost of selling an electric car rose by 3.8 per cent from May to $66,000 more, and by 13.7 per cent per year it increased by 13.7 per cent.

Directly speaking of Tesla's products, which are still leading the United States electric car market, the average value of the car increased steadily in June by 5.3 per cent to $6,8392, and the annual growth rate was 11.8 per cent.

The average cost of a U.S. market car in June was $4,8043, so electric vehicles were on average more expensive than $18,000. Even in such a large market, a vehicle with this type of power plant continues to be the preserve of a limited number of consumers, who can contribute a substantial amount.