Why hasn't anyone created a decent looking affordable electric coupe?

At $36,000 and a range of 264 miles, that could be a great alternative.

If the information of for the Kona pricing in the US is right and it's for the 64 kWh version, it seems to be financially viable to make an even smaller car with a decent sized battery pack and price it that low. Why hasn't anybody else manufactured such a car then? It's likely due to volume and how many they thing would sell per year, nobody yet thinks it would be in demand enough to make a profit. Now if it costs more, maybe it would work but the number of potential buyers would also decrease. It's such a small niche that it will likely be ignored for some time. Eventually someone will make those cars due to the market becoming too competitive for other types of cars, but it's not that time yet.

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