The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a 5 seater 4WD with an extra EV only range to make it a very efficient and interesting SUV option for Aussies.
The Tesla Model S has essentially stood alone as the only all electric luxury sports car for some time – but the Porsche Taycan will be a worthy alternative when it lands in Australia some time in 2019. In 2015 Porsche was one of the first major manufacturers to announce that it would be bringing a competitor…
The Renault Zoe is a fantastic small EV to drive, and is now available to private buyers in a number of select Renault dealers in each state.
With only around 2,500 Tesla Roadster’s ever being made, they’re an amazing piece of engineering that’s fast, has a long range and was the first true electric car to make a serious impact in many different ways.
The Volvo XC90 is a PHEV that’s produced by a traditional car company with a list of extras that run off the page, down the table and out the door.
Tesla’s Model 3 is probably the most awaited car of the last decade – or at least the most game-changing. Here’s what potential Aussie buyers need to know before ordering.
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.
Jaguar will be spending upwards of $4 million dollars to add 150 DC Fast charging points to 45 of its dealership locations across Australia.