In a rare move for the automaker, Tesla is offering shoppers a substantial discount on its two bestselling EVs

he Model 3 sedan and Model Y SUV — but there’s a big caveat. According to a message on Tesla’s website

shoppers who take delivery of the Model 3 and Model Y by Dec. 31 qualify for a $7,500 credit and 10,000 miles of free Supercharging.

While there’s no credit for the Model S and Model X, both vehicles do qualify for the free charging offer.

Tesla isn’t known to offer discounts on its vehicles; rather

the automaker has implemented a series of price increases since 2021, which it attributed to supply chain disruptions.

However, the newly available supply is double the $3,750 rebate the automaker offered in early December

likely due to slower demand and a delay in the 2023 EV tax credit revision.

In a recent announcement, the Treasury Department said guidance on new electric vehicle tax credits would be delayed until March

according to Automotive News. This change means Tesla buyers will be eligible for his EV tax credit of $7,500 starting in January

Many customers are canceling or delaying orders until the tax credit takes effect, according to a Reuters report.

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