Purchased my Tesla and waited for production. Picked up 2 days ago and have been living the dream since. Thought I'd go to the California Rebate site to apply for my Rebate that Tesla clearly lists as an advantage to purchasing the car (they even calculate your "final price" by subtracting the Rebate and Tax Credit). Found out that there are new income restrictions that disqualify you from the Rebate program. I now don't qualify and will not be getting the Rebate. What's worse is that the $7500 Federal tax credit is not as straightforward as it seems either. I think Tesla should update their advertising to notify buyers that they may not qualify for the rebate and/or credit. To drop $100K thinking your effective cost is really $90K is not exactly truth in advertising if even the sales associates are telling you that. Either way, I am going to enjoy the car but this is upsetting. If the point of the Rebate is to incentivize EV purchase and use for the environment, then what difference does it make what your income is? Why not base the Rebate on purchase and mileage driven in the first year. Seems to me the more you drive an EV the less greenhouse gases you emit. Thoughts or comments?