Since we already have a debate on the Chevy Volt, I ran across the Coda. The body and battery is shipped from china. Its electric drive motor comes from Colorado. Its final assembly is in California - thus giving it the ability to be considered "built in the USA" which will now allow the tax credit of $7500 to apply to its purchase. 88 mile range - electric only 73 MPGE $37,250 I will apologize to Craig and crew up front for posting a foxnews report, but it was the best written that I could find. There are others, but I did not think they were as informative as this one. http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2012/03/13/coda-automotive-begins-car-production-in-california/?intcmp=features So - is this the next best thing since sliced bread? Should the tax break apply to this machine? Does the extended range over the electric Volt make it more desirable?