On March 15, 2022, Tesla increased the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of the Model 3 and Model Y which places these vehicles over the CVRP MSRP cap. CVRP-eligible Cars (per EPA Vehicle Class) have a maximum manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $45,000*. CVRP-eligible SUVs, trucks, and vans (per EPA Vehicle Class) have a maximum manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $60,000.
Based on CVRP vehicle eligibility requirements, any Tesla Model 3 or Model Y that was ordered on or after March 16, 2022, is not eligible for a CVRP rebate.
Consumers who ordered a Tesla Model 3 or Tesla Model Y on or before March 15, 2022 are still eligible for a rebate if you meet all other eligibility requirements. To be eligible, you must submit a CVRP application after delivery and within three months of the date of first registration.
To apply, select the vehicle below:
Important: If your vehicle's first date of registration is on/after March 16, 2022, please upload verification with your other supporting documents that your Order Date was on/before March 15, 2022 to avoid cancellation. For Tesla vehicles the date of first registration with the California DMV will be considered the date of purchase or lease.
Proof of Order Date includes one of the following documents:
- A copy of your final timestamped (dated) Vehicle Configuration page that includes the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Note: “pro-forma" copies will not be accepted. OR
- A copy of your first order confirmation email from Tesla, subject line “Thank you for your order.” OR
- A copy of your electronically signed/time stamped Order Agreement. You can find a copy of this document in your Tesla Account.
*excludes fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).