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Electric vehicles have caught the eye of many American consumers.

But it’s not only the cars’ green cred that seals the deal. Another big lure: a federal tax credit of up to $7,500 per vehicle. Now that lucrative incentive may be fading away for two reasons.

First, buyers of vehicles from leading EV makers such as Tesla Inc. and General Motors Co. could soon use up the maximum value of tax credits for their brands. (They’re capped for each manufacturer.) But worse for the entire industry, all EV credit provisions in the U.S. tax code are at risk of being eliminated as part of the horse trading under way over a tax cut bill.

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Proposed Tax Plan Could Kill $7500 Federal Tax Credit For EV Vehicles

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