A newspaper supporting the 2016 coup suggests that Brazilians buy electric cars. The cheapest costs R $ 165 thousand
247 – The newspaper O Globo, which supported the 2016 coup, whose main goal was to change Petrobras pricing policy, in order to penalize the entire Brazilian society in favor of the private shareholders of Petrobras, made an unusual proposal: that Brazilians switch from petrol cars to electric cars.
“The higher price of oil on the international market – already at $140 – and the price of fuel at the pumps, with gasoline at $8 riyals, may encourage electrification of the fleet in the country. Petrobras has raised the amount charged on gasoline at the refinery by 18.77% and diesel By 24.9%, a large part of this increase has already reached the consumer’s pocket to start the growth of the fleet of electric vehicles in the country or hybrid vehicles, which work on the basis of electricity or combustion ” journalist report.
“But if the price of fuel scares you, you should be willing to invest to go home in an electric vehicle. In a report released last month, analysts from Credit Suisse noted that the BEV model, as 100% electric vehicles are known, is the cheapest available for sale in Brazil Costs 130 to 135 times the minimum monthly wage.Although the cost is worth it in the long run, the price difference between the electric and combustion models is still huge.It costs around R$65,000, which is the cheapest R$100% for a vehicle The electric available in Brazil, JAC EJSI, costs R$165,000,” the reporter recalls.
The proposal echoed Marie Antoinette’s speech before the French Revolution. “No bread? Eat brioche.” Check out the reaction of economist Olas Moreira:
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