Nissan’s Leaf is the most popular selling EV in the world. Here’s what potential Aussie buyers need to know about the new 2018 Nissan Leaf.
Renault’s Zoe compact hatchback EV will be available in Australia – but restricted to trade and government buyers, which is a massive shame. It’s a great hatch but it’s not being priced well for Aussie private buyers.
Tesla Autopilot is very appealing feature of all new Teslas, but the feature doesn’t come as standard – and while the cars offer the hardware to drive themselves, the software and legal implications haven’t caught up yet.
We outline the case for why concerns over how to charge an EV are unfounded, the current state of EV charging in Australia, and where we’re headed.
Tesla has submitted a DA for a new service and distribution centre in Alexandria, equipped with 6 superchargers offering 24/7 public access.
The Model 3 is primarily opened by bluetooth proximity technology and the Tesla smartphone app, with only a backup RFID keycard included. Here’s all we know about how the system works so far.
Our full guide to Tesla’s Supercharger network! It’s the key to enabling long-distance travel in your Tesla without needing to worry about recharging while you’re on a road trip or intercity journey.
The addition of Tesla’s used and demonstrator vehicle inventory to their own website is a big plus for potential buyers trying to keep track of what’s available any given point in time.
Unless you’ve spent time with an EV or hybrid before, you wouldn’t know much about Regenerative Braking. And that’s a shame, because ‘regen’ is pretty awesome.
Tesla’s Destination Charger network is a crucial element of their public charging infrastructure, enabling (relatively) fast charging, and usually for free across a range of restaurants, hotels, and shopping centres around Australia. Here’s how they work and how to find them.