Proof electric cars don’t need taxpayer support: Tesla and GM sales up despite running out of $7500 tax credits.


While Australia debates how much – or how little – taxpayer money should go towards supporting the rollout of electric cars, data out of North America has revealed Tesla and General Motors were the top-two sellers of battery-powered cars – even without $US7500 federal tax credits for most of the year.

In the US, a $7500 tax credit for every electric car sold expires after an automotive brand eclipses 200,000 sales.  » Read More