Tesla is now the first automaker to reach the 200,000-car threshold for the United States’ federal tax credits for electric cars. In the near future, Tesla buyers will no longer receive a $7,500 credit for purchasing one of the automaker’s electric vehicles.

The news comes from Tesla’s incentives website page, which Jalopnik first reported on Thursday. Green Car Reports confirmed with Tesla that it had, indeed, passed the threshold for the tax credit. The incentive provides $7,500 back to a buyer at tax time.

However, Tesla buyers will only have access to the credit until December 31 of this year. Then, the tax credits will enter a sunset period. For the first six months of 2019, the credit will reduce to half the original amount at $3,750. Finally, it will drop to $1,875 for the last six months of 2019. In 2020, the tax credits will disappear.

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Although Tesla is first to reach the figure, General Motors likely isn’t far behind. The Chevrolet Volt and Chevrolet Bolt EV both qualify for the full $7,500 tax credit and GM has estimated it could reach the figure by the end of this year. GM CEO Mary Barra has also called on the U.S. Congress to extend the credits.

Thus far, there hasn’t been any significant progress to extend the credits, but a new bill is working its way through the U.S. House of Representatives. The legislation calls for a 10-year extension on the tax credits and would turn the credit into a discount at the time of purchase.