It’s $69k for SUVs so just don’t pay for FSD before delivery. I pay quarterly tax estimates so would get full refund. I suspect many Tesla buyers are in a similar situation of owing taxes.the credits are non-refundable tax credits, as opposed to refundable tax credits. That means that the credits can only be applied to the taxes you owe in a given year, and if you received more in credits than you owe in taxes, you will not receive the difference in the form of a check. So if you get back every year and not owe you receive $0.00 tax credit. Also Tesla does not qualify for tax credits because the car has to be under $50,000 to qualify.