Tesla Turns to China With U.S. Tax Credit Ending – Wall Street Journal

Tesla Inc. marks the beginning of a new era this week: the loss of a U.S. tax credit that effectively lowered the price of its vehicles and helped build interest in fledgling electric cars.

The end of the U.S. tax credit on Jan. 1 for the company’s customers comes as Tesla’s future growth increasingly looks tied to China, where it began this week delivering the first of its locally made Model 3 compact cars.



Read More   German Court Rules Tesla Can Clear Trees to Build Electric Cars - Interesting Engineering

Leave a Reply

This website uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you accept our use of cookies.