I just came across this article from Forbes, Updated: Oct 6, 2021, that talks about tax deductions. Unfortunately, not sure if we will be able to collect on it, according to this article. Pay attention to the last line in the last paragraph of the article. Here is the link if you want to read the article: EV Tax Credit Calculator
"When you buy an electrified vehicle—battery electric vehicle (BEV) or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV)—most people are entitled to a credit on your federal taxes of $2,500 to $7,500. In addition, about 20 states offer credits or rebates plus intangible benefits such as free charging, free municipal poking, lower highway tolls or single-occupant access to high-occupant vehicle (HOV) highway lanes.
There are exceptions, explained in the FAQs below. You have to buy not lease a vehicle although there are ways to collect while leasing, you have to be the very first person to buy (title and register) the vehicle and under current rules General Motors and Toyota/Lexus vehicles aren’t covered because they passed the current cap of 200,000 vehicles eligible for rebates."
Having said that, I don't know if that applies to the company as a hole or if it referring to 200,000 of an individual vehicle, which the Hummer EV has not reached.
Does anyone have any clarification on this?