By Jeff Cobb U.S. Tesla buyers have counted on a $7,500 federal tax credit for a few years now, but the automaker is due to hit a 200,000-unit threshold at which point they’ll begin to fade away.
Thanks to its Model 3 which begins the first 30 deliveries this month, then begins a steep ramp-up to high volume, the California automaker will likely be the first to hit this cap, followed probably by General Motors, then Nissan.
But how quick might this be? If Tesla’s highest estimates come true, it could be early 2018 or sooner, but Michigan-based analyst, Alan Baum has tempered
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