Tesla may be the top-selling electric vehicle brand but in California, its biggest market in the U.S., the carmaker’s products have become too expensive for customers there to receive state rebates for non-polluting cars and trucks.
The state’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project late this month updated its list of battery-powered vehicles that qualify for direct rebates of up to $2,000, which previously included base versions of Tesla’s Model 3 sedan and Model Y hatchback, the top-selling EVs in California. But rebates are only available for cars priced up to $45,000 and crossovers that cost no more than $60,000. The program said that due to price hikes that took
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