A colleague asked me today if he should get an EV when the lease on his Audi is up in the next few months. I honestly told him I'd probably hold on to his current car for another couple years, maybe start another lease if they give him a good deal and he wants a *new* car. 1) He's not interested in a bolt or leaf 2) He's not on the Model 3 wait list, so he'd have to be pretty patient to get one sometime in 2019... maybe. 3) Used Model S prices, even private party are very high right now, unless you step up to the higher end P85Ds which seem like good value for money in the low 60's, but this is out of his price range. 4) The avalanche of new EVs coming in 2020-2021 5) iPace and E-Tron are out of his price range and, for now, the CCS infrastructure isn't really there 6) Most PHEVs like XC60-T8 seem like poor value for money. Also he doesn't have home charging, so with such short range it'd basically be a heavier ICE car 99% of the time. I guess there are some good lease deals on these sometimes though.