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Discussion in 'Model Y' started by Yakaway, May 17, 2019.
Will the model Y qualify for the full federal tax credit?
It’s based on manufacturer, not model, and will be gone by Model Y production.
The Federal Tax credit will have run out by the end of this year. So unless something changes it will only be state incentives.
Hopefully they will extend the credit to more cars per manufacturer. If not, GM, Tesla and soon Ford, will be at a disadvantage to foreign OEMs.
Maybe the 25% tariff on imports can be used for rebates on US EVs.
You have no clue, do you? Tariffs make the targeted imports more expensive, the money does not go to the government for spending. I wear Italian and drink French, I hardly buy things made in China and I do not feel sorry for all those poor idiots that voted the devils in office, those Walmart customers will pay more.
Where do you think the money goes? The tooth fairy? Tariffs are a tax the consumer pays for certain imported goods . The money absolutely goes to the government like all tax dollars do. What they do with it is another story.
Climb down off of your high horse before posting something like this.
Let’s hope they approve an extended Federal Tax credit of $7500 for all until a date such as 2024. $3750 for tax years 2025-26. That should be fair sales for US buyers and from all auto manufactures sold in the US. Then require only new zero emission autos sold after 2050.
Bonus, add a $5000 Tax credit for Level 5 FSD until 2030 for all makers and buyers in US.
I'd like to see the US Federal tax credit extended for cars built in the US by US companies. That would be a win-win for both US companies, US workers, and US buyers.