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Without a hefty tax credit enticing new customers, it's possible Tesla may run into sales issues in the near future. Federal tax benefits for Tesla purchases are being phased out at the end of the year. Read More »
3 Days Ago Tesla has delivered 200,000 electric cars, triggering the phase-out of a $7,500 federal electric vehicle tax credit.
4 Days Ago The full incentive remains for 2018, but halves and then halves again in 2019.
4 Days Ago Tesla has become the first automaker to hit the tax credit threshold, hitting the 200,000 US deliveries mark and potentially leaving buyers of its EVs hit harder in the wallet depending on when they get their new cars.
3 Days Ago Tesla held sales under 200,000 until early this quarter, allowing thousands of additional buyers to get a $7,500 credit. It won't drop until January 2019. The post Tesla Hits 200,000 Sales: Countdown Starts for Lower Tax Credits, Then None appeared first on ExtremeTech.
4 Days Ago Now that Tesla has sold its 200,000th car in the US, the federal tax credit intended to ease the financial burden o… https://t.co/tfg9o92xtl
4 Days Ago The clock is officially ticking for Tesla buyers in the US to receive the full $7,500 federal tax credit for electric cars. Tesla delivered its 200,000th vehicle this month, the company confirmed to Jalopnik, which means a slow phase-out of the tax credit has begun.
4 Days Ago Tesla might have just hit the long-promised 5,000 per-week mark for Model 3 production, but now it has a different hurdle to cross. Elon Musk's electric vehicle company has sold enough cars to hit the ceiling for federal tax incentives.