Fyldeman for now MX-30 is sold in California and nowhere else.
Inside EVs seems to dislike our buddy from Hiroshima. Compliance car, ridiculous range etc etc. In Europe however the trend seems to be going towards shorter range and more affordable.
With electric cars the problem has always been the battery, the weight and the cost. Motor journalists seem to think that going to buy milk with a battery better suited to take you from Copenhagen to Paris is clever. Its very expensive and its not sustainable. But things are improving and energy density is getting higher and things are moving in the right direction. Most families cant afford huge batteries and more importantly can the planet afford mega sized batteries?