The above link is from an old Edmunds.com article from October 2013. If it still holds true, the Model 3 will be at a tax disadvantage to GM's Bolt because of the 200K vehicle limitation. Given That Tesla has already delivered over 100K Model S's by the end of 2015 and expects to deliver 90K Model S's and Model X's in 2016. It is obvious that by the time the Model 3 gets delivered in late 2017, Tesla will have already sold almost 300K Model S's and X's. Have there been any changes to the Federal Tax Credit rules and this is old news or is this something that no one took into account when calculating the final cost of the Model 3?