Tesla does not have any tax credits left to give out. So your accountant was correct in that you could not apply for something that does not exist.Just going by what my accountant told me. In fact, it’s the reason I ended up going the used Model Y route instead of waiting on a new one. :/
1/4 mile Tesla still beats Mustang GT even with Long range Y. Not very impressive of Ford if you ask me.Let's get back to comparing 0 to 60 times with Model Y performances direct competitor. And whether Tesla will offer a boost option for the MYPerformance to bring it below the mustangs.
Apples and oranges. Dealers with "AMV" / "market adjustments" are using yet another scummy tactic that leaves a bad taste in consumers mouths when they go car shopping. I remember years ago when the Acura NSX launched a local dealer had one on the floor for $100,000. The MSRP on this vehicle was $60,000ish. It sat for at least a year, not sure if they finally lowered the price to move the car but it was pretty outrageous IMO they were that greedy. It was quite common at the same dealer to see $2000-4000 AMV tags on $14000-$30000 cars at that time as well (other Acura models).Go look at the price of a used Tesla on their website and then let’s talk about “market adjustments”