There is seemingly a considerable waiting list for the new Suzuki Jimny. I was actually in a local Suzuki dealer fairly recently, and he told me they're experiencing supply issues with the Jimny. I assured him I wasn't about to compound the problem........
I couldn't help noticing Suzuki do have several hybrids to offer though, although these were the smaller hatchback types.
I had a look at zap map today, and found 10 100kw + rapids in the country.
I think the success of these large batteried, fast charging, relatively inefficient cars is going to need many more of these hpc to be installed.
On a normal 50kw rapid, these cars are going to take a long time to add significant range.
MB / Audi really need Ionity to step up their rollout in the UK.
I like Jaguar for being out there a bit before the other established automakers with a good try at a first luxury long-range BEV effort, and I will be able to consider one of those in the used market in a few years, if the prices fall on a traditional curve, and if a few other factors fall into place. These would need to include that Jaguar has shown that it stands behind the vehicle (including the battery). I'd like to consider a Mercedes EQC or Audi E-tron, but they took their time coming to the market with a long-range desirable BEV, and so it will be a longer wait for me than with Jaguar. In reality I will by then probably be completing payments on a used or new Tesla purchase and not looking back - not necessarily because of preference of one vehicle over the other, but because Tesla addressed my price point years ahead of the others, and I like to stick with a vehicle if it is meeting my needs.