The incentive structure is identical to the one that emerged recently. It will be offered a state bonus of 1,500 euros to which are added an additional 2,000 euros offered by the dealer. Overall, therefore, the concession will be 3,500 euros. There is, however, an important requirement and that is that contextually we go to scrap a car that is at least 10 years old. Otherwise, the incentive is halved.
This discount will be paid for the purchases that will be made from the first of August until the end of the year. The Euro 6 cars compatible with the bonus are the ones they present emissions between 61 and 110 g / km of carbon dioxide. Moreover, they will not have to cost more than 40,000 euros net of VAT.
Important news also for the Ecobonus. The agreement between the majority parties provided for the expansion of the economic advantages for the purchase of electric cars and Plug-ins. In detail, until the end of the year, in case of scrapping, the incentive passes from 6,000 to 10,000 euros (2,000 euros to be paid by the seller) for cars with 0 to 20 g / km of CO2 emissions. Instead, for vehicles with values between 21 and 60 g / km it goes from the current 2,500 to 6,500 euros.
Let’s summarize, therefore, the new incentive structure.
- Cars 61 and 110 g / km CO2 (Euro 6): with scrapping 1,500 euros of state bonus plus dealer discount of 2,000 euros: 3,500 euros
- Cars 61 and 110 g / km CO2 (Euro 6): without scrapping 750 euros of state bonus plus dealer discount of 1,000 euros: 1,750 euros
- Car 0-20 g / km CO2 (electric): with scrapping 8,000 euros bonus plus 2,000 euros dealer discount: 10,000 euros
- Car 0-20 g / km CO2 (electric): without scrapping 5,000 euros plus 1,000 euros dealer discount: 6,000 euros
- Car 21-60 g / km CO2 (Plug-in): with scrapping 4,500 euros plus 2,000 euros dealer discount: 6,500 euros
- Car 21-60 g / km CO2 (Plug-in): without scrapping 2,500 euros plus 1,000 euros dealer discount: 3,500 euros