Tesla Model Y at Month, $40,000 Electric Tractor Truck Credit, Jeep Fine, Ram EcoDiesels: Today’s Car News

Jeep and Ram “clean EcoDiesel” models carry fines of $300 million. California drivers now have another way to get into the Tesla Model Y. And could the same bill increase the electric vehicle tax credit speed the switch to electric tractor-trailers? This and more, here at Green car reports.

The same reconciliation bill that would have a good chance of passing the Senate, which includes an expanded tax credit for electric vehicles, also includes up to $40,000 in tax credit for semi- electric trailers and other commercial trucks. It could help accelerate a change that will pay big clean air dividends.

California drivers can now subscribe to the Tesla Model Y month-to-month, with Autonomy’s expanded operations recently adding this top-selling electric vehicle to the United States. Now that Tesla has eliminated the possibility of end-of-lease purchases, it looks like a better deal. than when the service first lost with the 3 pattern.

And a federal court in Detroit on Monday fined FCA, now part of Stellantis, around $300 million over its use of diesel emission control devices that performed differently in testing than they do globally. real. The penalty affects more than 100,000 2014-2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 EcoDiesel-badged models.


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