The only electric ute available on the New Zealand market is about to disappear from dealerships. Manufacturers of the eT60s say the current inventory of the heavily discounted vehicles will be the last we will see of the model, with no plans to renew supply. With the clean car discount the electric eT60 was slightly cheaper than LDV’s flagship diesel T60 ute. Between January and September of this year, just 53 eT60s were registered in New Zealand. This does make it New Zealand’s most popular new commercial EV, but its sales pale in comparison to traditional diesel utes.
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