A Swedish EV for 19 000 USD
Uniti will sell its debut One city car in Sweden for approximately 19,000 USD after government subsidies starting next year. The Uniti One is meant to be a budget alternative to the new crop of premium EVs coming. In that sense, it’s a very traditional electric, built to be an urban runabout, with all of the advantages and disadvantages inherent to its three-seater.
Its approximately 170-mile maximum range (with the optional 24 kWh battery) gives it some added versatility. Those who only need the basic 12-kWh battery get to take advantage of lightning-fast charging times; juicing up from 20 to 80 percent charger takes only nine minutes at a 50-kW charging station. Buyers in Sweden get five years of free home charging powered by a solar panel array.