Australians buy ~210,000 new Utes per year. That’s 1 out of every 117 people in Australia buying a new Ute every year. If the same percentage of people bought Utes in America, that’d be 2.8 millions new sales per year. Currently they only manage a pultry 2.3 million. So it’s clear, per person Australia buys…
Canberra’s charging infrastructure is quite mature, so existing EV owners can fairly easily and cheaply charge their car while in Canberra – but owners of newer EVs won’t be able to rapid charge due to the older CCS1 plugs in use.
Want to know how you charge your new Type 2 connector-equipped electric car or Tesla at a ChargePoint charger? This is what you’ll need.
Tesla’s Destination Charger program is expanding across Australia, and a lot of businesses are completely unaware that they can participate in the network. Here we take a deep look at what the Destination Charger Partner Program is, its benefits and how you can setup your business to take advantage of it.
Let’s break down what’s included in Tesla’s maintenance plans and extended warranties in Australia.
Many car manufacturers have semi-autonomous features, but Tesla’s Autopilot seems to have captured the public attention the most. In this guide, we explain what the Autopilot can and can’t do, and cover off some of the recent improvements that have made it substantially more robust.
In 2017 Westfield announced that they’d rolled out 40 EV charging stations at 10 locations. Let’s have a look at their charging network.
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.
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.
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.