I'm sorry, but I'm going to interrupt you for a second.
My staff has a wonderful list here. Moving to a seven kilowatt an hour car would make a BMW i8 eligible for this tax credit, the accelerated capital cost writeoff, as well as a BMW 330e and a BMW 530e. It would make eligible an Audi e-tron. It makes eligible a bunch of luxury vehicles. That's what it looks like to me.
I'm just trying to understand this. I understand that it's the battery size, but then you would have a bunch of vehicles that weren't eligible before and will be eligible now, because they will meet the battery capacity criteria. By definition, this will increase the eligibility. I'm telling you now that the BMW i8 has a seven kilowatt battery capacity. That's what it says from the manufacturer. This makes the Audi e-tron available and also the BMW 530e and BMW 330e. That's what happens when you move it down. There are a lot of other vehicles that are full electric vehicles and will be eligible for the 15 kilowatt accelerated capital cost allowance.
I'm concerned about the types of vehicles that will be eligible for it, and then the costs associated with this as well. These are higher-end vehicles, obviously, so they'll have the full allowance that they'll be able to take advantage of.