Actually, Tesla reduced prices to get the Model Y, which is their best selling vehicle, under the price cap for IRA tax credits.Agree - I was just pointing out that Tesla was forced to cut prices in an effort to increase sales. Stock has taken a major pounding. Other car manufacturers might also have to follow suit. EV's are so over-priced that manufacturers might not meet their sale targets for 2023 and 2024. High interest rates + recession does not bode well for high priced EV makers. In any case I think sweet spot for future EV's is $30,000 to $40,000 and not $65,000 to $80,000. Look at Rivian. Makes a great truck but its overpriced. Maybe if battery prices come down and mass EV production kicks in, overall prices will drop. But for now most EV's prices are in "nose bleed" territory. Even with Tesla price cut.