So for just under 15 grand more than a typical German executive car you can get an electric Tesla Model S.
An electric car which can do upwards of 200 miles per charge, 0-60 in under 5 seconds and (most importantly to business owners) attracts a zero benefit in kind charge.
Potentially that 15 grand premium you pay for the Tesla could be saved in income tax by the end of the second year of ownership!
Add to that the fact that you will never have to buy diesel again and you can see why Tesla expect to sell a significant number of these in the future.
Whilst none of my clients have taken the plunge into the world of electric motoring so far, I imagine it's only a matter of time.
But for most UK drivers, it’s probably enough to work with, balanced against one key reward: you’ll never need to buy petrol or diesel again. A full charge, at average off-peak rates, costs less than a fiver. Add to that the Tesla’s other big lure – zero per cent benefit-in-kind tax as a fleet car, whereas other similar saloons might cost a 40 per cent tax payer upwards of £10,000 a year – and you can see why Tesla expects the better part of its volume to eventually come from businesses.