Delivery of all mid-range Tesla Model 3 orders by year-end
The announcement comes as the federal tax credit for electric vehicles looms
The company has released all cars for sale where original customers can’t take the delivery before December, Musk said.
If someone’s order does not make it in time, Tesla will cover the tax credit difference if the company committed delivery and the customer made ‘good faith’ efforts to receive it before the end of the year, Musk said in separate tweet while responding to a user.
The announcement comes as the federal tax credit for electric vehicles looms. It’s set to phase out for Model S, Model X, and Model 3 after December 31, according to Tesla’s website.
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