One of the biggest difference between traditional cars and EV’s is how they refuel. We take a look at the state of EV charging in Australia and the future.
The Jaguar I-Pace is their first all electric car. With a fantastic range, luxurious interior, sporty exterior and super fast 0-100 km/h time of 4.8 seconds it’s not to be missed!
Drive Zero car guides go deep on a specific electric car model – here’s all you need to know about the Jaguar I-Pace.
The Nissan Leaf has sold over 300,000 worldwide since 2010. – it’s the most popular mass produced EV’s on the market and now Nissan has released a second generation model.
Drive Zero car guides go deep on a specific electric car model – here’s all you need to know about the Nissan Leaf .
Way back in 2016 I put down a reservation order for a Tesla Model 3. Ever since I’ve wanted to check one out in person and I finally got the chance a few weeks ago. The New York Tesla store currently has a demo Model 3 in it and on a visit I headed over one morning to take photos, size it up and just generally see the car in person and push every button.
The Tesla Model 3 is possibly one of the most anticipated EV’s, and while it hasn’t hit our shores just yet it’s clear it’s going to make a huge impact. Here’s our full guide.
The Tesla Roadster 2 promises to be the quickest production car ever made – so here’s all you need to know about the Tesla Roadster 2 for Aussie buyers.
With the huge shift to fully Electric Vehicles (EV’s) already well underway it can get a bit confusing with all the terminology being flung around. In this guide we go through what they all are, how they are different from each other and why you might buy one over the other.
In the first of our ‘ownership stories’, Scott tells us about his experiences moving to an electric vehicle with a Tesla Model X 75D: “I’d be perfectly happy driving this car for a very long time.”
Whether you own a Tesla or any other EV ChargePoint is a nationwide charging network that every potential Australian electric car user should know about.
A new survey-based report shows consumers in Victoria have a significant interest in buying an electric car for their next purchase, despite the lack of options on the market and advertising to support them.