There’s a feeling of overall completeness to the '22 EQS, which arrives at U.S. dealerships this fall. You can sense the depth of engineering and the attention to detail lavished upon it during its three-year development.
Car prices are going up faster than household income, so fewer Americans can afford a new car. Maybe the solution is something like Wuling’s little EV, the Hong Guang, an intriguing little 4-seat electric car with a base price of only $4,500.
Moving the average U.S. consumer out of their comfort zone and into an EV will require checking all the boxes: financial incentives, attractive price points, ease of charging and a stepped-up customer support network.