It’s going to be a long time before they will be ready to export to the EU. We are hoping that they will start US production by the middle of next year but that will be small numbers, most of us who are on the list won’t see a car before 2023. I hope I’m being overly pessimistic about those dates but I wouldn’t bet on it being any earlier. For the EU they have to change from CCS1 to CCS2 which won’t be very hard. The open question has to do with the width of the Aptera and whether it will be legal on EU roads, there has been some discussion about that in this forum. Have you looked at the dimensions, do you think they will work for you?
The Aptera is very wide because of the placement the wheels and skirts which was done for aerodynamics and for stability, it’s about the same width as a Ford F150 pickup truck. American parking spaces are laid out for pickup trucks because those are the most popular vehicles in the US. The lanes on our highways are also wider than they are in Europe and of course we don’t have any medieval cities with their narrow streets. On another thread someone from Europe said that there was an EU regulation that limited the width of passenger vehicles and that the Aptera exceeded it, I’m not in a position to comment on that, I’m just repeating what I read on this forum.
One place where Aptera will have an easier time in the EU is for side mirrors. Aptera is planning on using cameras instead of mirrors because there is a significant drag reduction if you use cameras. Side cameras are legal in the EU but not in the US. They are hoping that the US rule will be changed but it’s unlikely that it will happen in a timely manner.