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So I was looking around finding any news on the ev6 and apparently this dealer is already accepting pre orders for the ev6 at this price. Thoughts on this? Will this be the price all over the US? I think it’s ridiculous that starting price for a base is $56,000
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US prices have NOT been released. That dealerships add was posted previously and I think the consensus was that they were adding huge markups.

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So I was looking around finding any news on the ev6 and apparently this dealer is already accepting pre orders for the ev6 at this price. Thoughts on this? Will this be the price all over the US? I think it’s ridiculous that starting price for a base is $56,000 View attachment 1174
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Based on the trim options MurlinatoR has already released, the GT-Line isn't going to be available with the smaller battery pack, just like in other markets. It would appear pricing isn't the only thing this dealer messed up.
 

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From looking at pricing in the EU, I'm pretty sure it'll only be around $10k premium in the US for GT (over GT-Line).
 

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Prices look right from the UK to USA conversion rate.

53K for a AWD GT Line S
UK Price 53000

UK to USA Conversion Rate around 1.35

USA price 71550 USA Dollars.
 

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It's absolutely hilarious that we are all boiling over waiting for information to release! LOL
 

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