Tax Credits Too Expensive? Feds resolve issues with the Cadillac Lyriq and Tesla Model Y

The United States government based its price and categorization requirements

on Corporate Average Fuel Economy, or CAFE standards, when it unveiled its new 

 regulations for tax credits for the purchase of a new electric car. This led to certain

SUV models being mistakenly categorised as sedans, which would have

rendered them too costly to be eligible for tax credits. Examples include the basic

Cadillac Lyriq and the two-row Tesla Model Y. The United States Department of the Treasury 

has found a solution to this strange conundrum, and is now basing the federal EV tax credits 

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