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Upper income people getting $12,500 a crack.

And all in the name of a percentage of car buyers....waiting 6 years for the well heeled to hopefully trade those long-lasting-EV's in that those used cars can 'trickle down'.

$12,500? Why not just buy someone a used car for $12,000 - and then give him $500 worth of steak and lobster?

This cartoon - is real.

From the Campus.

PS: When those humble used car buyers *hopefully* get their 6 year old car - when by then EV tech will indeed be better and the people who got the "trickle down" cars have a 6 year old model....let's see, a majority of those "humble" buyers - - will finance said cars. Yet something 6 years older will not get longer term financing meaning those "regular people' will have higher car payments. Yeah, we on Campus we're not in our out of touch bubble.
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