Make sure your order is on the basis of all the updates being applied. I.e. reject it if they are not. Depending on your normal travel patterns you may find it costs you almost nothing over and above your current car. Fuel costs 1 to 2 p a mile. Check you get a good electricity deal. Servicing less than £350 for 3 years, zero toad tax, insurance with LV cheap as petrol cars and you may benefit from free charging in Scotland. Now from a driving perspective it’s quiet and comfortable, fast on decent roads, not a sports car in terms of handling on twisty roads. It will defrost immediately in winter, I gather it can be cold in Scotland (you should try rural Hampshire which can be the equal)! And it has a great radio, pulls in DAB better than my Passat. I’ve had mine since May but it was an early import and has needed all the updates and the recall. A bit frustrating to have a beta test car. But I wouldn’t swap it, even more to the point there are a lot of women loving driving them. So easy to drive using one pedal for most of the time. Yes there will be better next year, will you be able to sell it on for a decent price? The price of second hand EVs is good, the perception that they will have a short life and be expensive to repair has been busted there will be a big market for 2nd user town runabout EVs. Canny Scot jump at it!