The comparison is inevitable...
So that's £20-25k for the electric vs £9.5k for the petrol. (HFM?!)
Or the Cit C1/Pug 107/Toyota Aygo at £7.5k+ compared to the Electric Car Company C1 Ev'ie for £17k.
Bearing in mind ECC buy complete petrol C1s, dismantle 'em, then retro-fit 'em to milk-float-spec, why are Mitsu taking the piss on the built-from-scratch sparky version of their laughable egg so badly?
(And, given that today's got another laptop battery pack conflagration recall, will it come with a fire extinguisher as standard?)