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2015 Electric Cars in Production and Today's EV News

2015 Tesla Model S Just Broke Consumer Reports’ Rating System

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Tesla Just Broke Consumer Reports’ Rating System. But That Wasn’t Its Goal
(August 30) - Two years ago, Consumer Reports was blown away by Tesla’s Model S electric sedan. Extolling the vehicle’s futuristic features and “off the charts” performance, the magazine gave it 99 points out of 100—the highest score it had ever awarded. Complete Story
15 reasons why Tesla's newest car is so good
(August 30) - Tesla introduced the performance all-wheel drive sedan in October of last year. And while the car comes with a hefty price starting at about $105,000, it's decked out with some pretty impressive details. Here’s a look at some of the Tesla Model S P85D’s coolest features. Complete Story 
Roper: A shopper's guide to electric cars(August 29) - Roper is professor emeritus of physics at Virginia Tech. He lives in Blacksburg. Most car companies state that electric cars are the future: Tesla, Audi, Volkswagen, Nissan/Infiniti, Honda/Acura, Chevrolet, Ford. They realize that unconventional fossil liquid/gas fuels are the last gasps of the fossil-fuel industry, whose extraction will peak before 2020 and then rapidly decline. Complete Story
In BMW Electric Car, Software 'Coding' Unlocks Hidden Features Owners Want
(August 28) - The BMW i3 REx model is an unusual beast, the sole example to date of a car built specifically to comply with California regulations that define it as a zero-emission electric car even though it has a range-extending engine. Complete Story

Indianapolis airport getting 20 electric cars from BlueIndy(August 28) - Indianapolis International Airport will get 20 electric cars for use by airport travelers starting this fall after the city's new electric car-sharing program debuts. The Indianapolis Star reports the airport's BlueIndy car-charging stations should be in place by October on the fifth floor of its parking garage, across from the terminal. Complete Story
What are the Tax Credits for Electric and Plugin Hybrids

Federal Tax Credit for Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles (EVs) purchased in or after 2015 may be eligible for a federal income tax credit of up to $7,500. The credit amount will vary based on the capacity of the battery used to fuel the vehicle.  Small neighborhood electric vehicles do not qualify for this credit
. Tax Table

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