Electric Vehicles with Final Assembly in North America
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (Public Law 117-169) amended the Qualified Plug-in Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Credit (IRC 30D), now known as the Clean Vehicle Credit, and added a new requirement for final assembly in North America that took effect on August 17, 2022. For more details on the credit, see Electric Vehicle (EV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Tax Credit. Also see the full list of alternative fuel vehicle incentives amended or created by the Inflation Reduction Act.
The following table provides a list of Model Year 2022 and early Model Year 2023 vehicles with final assembly in North America based on Fuel Economy labeling information and Part 583 data submitted by manufacturers to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) respectively as of September 13, 2022. The inclusion of a vehicle on this list is an initial step toward identifying vehicles that may be eligible for the Clean Vehicle Credit, but note that further conditions for eligibility may apply. For eligibility questions, contact the manufacturer or reference information from the IRS.
Note that for some manufacturers, the build location may vary based on the specific vehicle, trim, or the date in the Model Year when it was produced because some models are produced in multiple locations. The build location of a particular vehicle should be confirmed by referring to its Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) using the VIN decoder below or an information label affixed to the vehicle. For questions about the VIN or other specific qualifying information, consumers should contact the manufacturer.
As vehicle manufacturers continue to submit Fuel Economy labeling information and Part 583 vehicle identification information to the relevant government agencies, this list will be updated weekly, as needed. Manufacturers can use the website contact form to request changes to this vehicle list. For more information, see details for manufacturers.
|2022||Chevrolet Bolt EUV||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2022||Chevrolet Bolt EV||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2022||Chrysler Pacifica PHEV|
|2022||Ford Escape PHEV|
|2022||Ford F Series|
|2022||Ford Mustang MACH E|
|2022||Ford Transit Van|
|2022||GMC Hummer Pickup||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2022||GMC Hummer SUV||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2022||Jeep Grand Cherokee PHEV|
|2022||Jeep Wrangler PHEV|
|2022||Lincoln Aviator PHEV|
|2022||Lincoln Corsair Plug-in|
|2022||Tesla Model 3||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2022||Tesla Model S||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2022||Tesla Model X||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2022||Tesla Model Y||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2023||Bolt EV||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2023||Cadillac Lyriq||Manufacturer sales cap met|
|2023||Jeep Grand Cherokee PHEV|
|2023||Jeep Wrangler PHEV|
|2023||Mercedes EQS SUV|
Specific Assembly Location Based on VIN
In addition to the list of vehicles with final assembly in North America listed above, the build location of a particular vehicle should be confirmed by the VIN or an information label affixed to the vehicle. The U.S. Department of Transportation's NHTSA provides a VIN decoder that can be used to identify a vehicle's build plant and country of manufacture along with other details about the vehicle. To look up a vehicle's assembly location (build plant country), submit the VIN below.