Casper is not produced in Europe, so shipping, customs duty and VAT will have to be added to the price of the certainly not cheap flashlight, and it is therefore clear that it will probably not be a popular battery mini. However, despite this, the little Hyundai could still be “cheap” enough to start stealing customers from the Dacia Spring, currently the cheapest full electric car in the EU.
The head of the Czech representative office, Martin Saitz, announced to ČTK that “we will offer the car with a price tag corresponding to the conversion from 22 thousand euros”, i.e. to the west of our borders for approximately 535 thousand. By the way, we also probed the Slovakian representative office of the brand and unofficially it was also confirmed to us that the small crossover is heading to us as well, but the price has not yet been confirmed.