You can deduct the percentage of your automobile used for business within the limits set forth by the tax law. See IRS publication 463 at www.irs.gov for information on such. Also, note that commuting expenses (driving to and from work) is NOT deductible. If you can afford a Tesla, you can afford to hire a CPA competent to handle this for you. Good luck.
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As mentioned by colleagues above, whether the entire amount is or is nor subject to deduction, whether by IRS code section 179 depreciation allowance or otherwise, is a CPA question with whom you need to consult with. Good Luck
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