According to information posted by the US Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficient and Renewable Energy, the official US government source for fuel economy information:

All-electricplug-in hybrid, and fuel cell electric vehicles purchased new in 2023 or after may be eligible for a federal income tax credit of up to $7,500. The availability of the credit will depend on several factors, including the vehicle’s MSRP, its final assembly location, battery component and/or critical minerals sourcing, and your modified adjusted gross income (AGI). Learn more about requirements. 

Qualified vehicles purchased before 2023 may be eligible for a similar tax credit of up to $7,500. Pre-owned vehicles purchased in 2023 or after are eligible for a tax credit of up to $4,000. State and/or local tax incentives may also apply.

The information on this page applies to the Clean Vehicle Credit available to individuals and businesses. For details about the credit available to businesses and non-profit organizations, see Commercial Clean Vehicle Credit (IRS).

Note: Some qualified manufacturers have yet to submit information on eligible vehicles that meet the current requirements. Please check back for updated information.

Search for Eligible Vehicles

Vehicle eligibility for some makes and models depends on the date you take delivery of the vehicle—this is sometimes called the placed-in-service date. Search for specific EV models at: Federal Tax Credits for Plug-in Electric and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Purchased in 2023 or After (fueleconomy.gov)

In accordance with new IRS regulations, beginning January 1, 2024, Clean Vehicle Tax Credits must be initiated and approved at the time of sale. Buyers are advised to obtain a copy of the IRS’s confirmation that a “time-of-sale” report was submitted successfully by the dealer. Go to IRS publication 5900 to learn more!