Good news. Price parity in 2024, not too long to wait, as you would expect a wide range of models by then also, which is the other issue
Price parity will not happen in 2024 unless there has been a significant ramp up in EV production, as long as demand outstrips supply Car companies will make you pay more for EVs
That article talks about "when aggregate demand is expected to exceed 2 TWh." That's 30 million 60Kwh vehicles, Total EV production in 2019 was 2 million, I simply cannot see supply matching demand, thus car companies will charge continue to charge more for EVs than ICE vehicles..
Also the article talks about
If you drove an EV back in 2010, it’s likely that you paid an average of about $1,100 per kilowatt-hour for your battery pack. By the end of 2019 this figure had fallen a full 87%, to $156 per kWh
The price of a Nissan Leaf between 2010 and 2019 did not change, you simply got much more range and more bang for your buck,
Entry level cars are pretty sticky in price $20-$30K NZD, so far no EV gets close...