How Many Tesla Model 3 Buyers Will Be Eligible For $7,500 Federal Tax Credits?

By Jeff Cobb More than the most anticipated electric car of 2017, Tesla’s Model 3 may be the most newsworthy car of any type, but the odds of anyone getting one for under $30,000 may be close to nil.
Tesla has said the 215-plus mile EV will be priced from $35,000 and some news stories initially fluffed up the notion that after adding in a destination fee, and subtracting a $7,500 federal tax credit, some buyers may net it for the high 20s. To be sure, as we’ll delve into below, a certain number of buyers will get a $7,500 credit, but

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