The epic development period of the Volt has been unique in many ways, not least of which because it was announced about three years ahead of its actual debut - which is still more than a year out. But this week Bob Lutz told David Letterman one key detail of the upcoming plug-in hybrid from General Motors: its price. Phrasing it as a 'best estimate' Lutz said the MSRP would sit 'around $40,000' and that the customer would be paying about $32,500 once a $7,500 government rebate is taken into account. That $7,500 rebate is part of a package intended to help boost sales and production of...
Tesla Roadster eligible for $5,000 CARB rebate
The Federal Government has already approved a number of different tax breaks for electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid cars, but now California's CARB is getting in on the act in a more direct way - offering a $5,000 rebate to purchasers of qualifying electric vehicles. A confirmation letter received...Nelson Ireson