Have you seen the range of EVs available overseas and thought about buying one in Europe or the USA and importing it Australia? It’s not as difficult as you think, but it’s not necessarily easy either. In this article I’ll give a brief rundown of what’s required to import an electric vehicle into Australia.
The Renault Zoe is a great little electric car, with solid range and sleek design and it’s one of the few EVs you can buy in Australia! The downside however is price. Starting at $51,990 for what is a small 5 door hatch, it’s an expensive purchase. Despite the fact an EV is cheaper to…
Chargefox have announced that they will build 21 ultra-rapid electric car charging stations along the main highways connecting Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane, plus some in Western Australia around Perth.
EVolution Australia has started selling the wonderful Zappi EVSE in Australia. The Zappi’s claim to fame is that it can be configured to charge your EV only when the sun is shining to leverage the solar panels on your home.
Drive Zero was invited to Nissan’s Australian “launch” of the 2nd generation (ZE1) LEAF in Sydney last week. There was unfortunately not much to report on, as no pricing nor a firm release date was announced. Disappointing for a car that’s been available in other markets for almost 9 months.
As the Hyundai Kona EV goes on display at the New York Motor Show, Hyundai Australia confirms intentions to sell the compact SUV late 2018/early 2019
Elon Musk tweets that right hand drive variants of the Model 3 will not be produced, let alone delivered, until mid-2019.
In its latest product roadmap, Ford plans to focus on hybrids over EVs for the near future, with only a single EV planned by 2020.
Audi’s first proper electric car will go on sale in Europe later this year for around 80,000 Euros, but as usual, no Australian release date or price.
Volkswagen has secured huge battery supply contracts to fuel a worldwide push to produce and sell 3 million EVs per year by 2025.