Surprising no one, GM and Tesla are both coming up on 200,000 sales. Steven has already discussed Tesla hitting 200k in 2018. https://insideevs.com/tesla-sell-200000th-ev-u-s-tax-credit-sunset/ But GM has also stated they will exceed 200,000 sales this year. http://gmauthority.com/blog/2018/02...-electric-car-tax-credit-threshold-this-year/ By the end of this fall both automakers should be in the phase out period. Tesla should reach this point in the spring or early summer. GM and Tesla are both quite confident they will continue being leaders in US EV sales. “Elizabeth Winter, a GM spokesperson, said the tax credits have certainly helped attract buyers to the automaker’s electric cars, but (the) automaker believes it’s rolling out the products with the right prices.” If you’ve been considering a Model 3, Volt or Bolt, does the loss of the tax credit change your decision on when to buy or what car to buy? Do you think the vehicles are priced to be competitive with other EVs that still qualify for the credit? If not, what price post-subsidies would you consider acceptable?