There are more than enough threads right now talking about the impact of losing the rebate to new EV sales, but what about the impact to used EV sales? Do you think this may put used EVs in more demand? In my situation I'm going to be upgrading from my 2017 Chevy Volt premier to the all-wheel-drive model 3. I'm wondering after the dust settles if the average sale price of my volt will go up over the next few months? Either way I'm following through with my all-wheel-drive model 3 order, I'm just curious what other people think. Specifically about the all-wheel drive version of the model 3. It obviously really sucks if it never gets added to the rebate list/all teslas are possibly not qualified now anyway (as discussed in the other rebate thread). But, if nobody gets the rebate for the AWD, the Silver Lining to that would then be since everybody paid "full price" the resale value on an all-wheel drive down the road should be significantly higher than a rear wheel drive. This would be because there would be no easy way of knowing if the owner got the rebate in the first batch of RWD or not. Alternatively, since a few years from now there's presumably going to be a huge amount of model 3s on the road the rebate may not factor into the resale value at all since proportion wise 95% of the rwd would have been full price. Then it would end up that the lucky ones that got the rebate on the rear wheel drive will just end up with a second bonus when they sell the car. Thoughts on this?