To my Americans: BiK applies to you if you have a company car that you use for private purposes (you do). You basically add % of the car price to your salary and pay PIT after it.
EV's will be (almost) exempt from BiK for 3 years starting 4/6/20. Saving £4-7k/year is quite an incentive, isn't it? Bulls cheer, bears fear a huge Model 3 boom in the UK.
Make sure to read the comments too, as they point out important errors or different views in both.
The BMW starts at £38k (call it £45k almost fully loaded), M3 SR+ is £38.5k, LR AWD is £47k
BiK diff is 10%, so £1.8k/yr, £5.4k/3yr
To sum up, even before Merc EQA, BMW i4 and alike come, there are alternatives. Not NL.
Tesla booked 4 ships for Jan so far. That compares to 8 in October. The difference can't be explained by China alone.