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.
If you’re looking to experience the future of cars generally; or jump in a Tesla more specifically; Thrifty’s Model S at Sydney Airport is a fun option to at least price up and consider – if they have it available.
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.
Use our Tesla Model 3 cost guesstimator to look at how much a Model 3 will cost in Australia with various options, factoring in the various taxes and LCT.
With the BMW iX3, BMW are bringing full electric propulsion to the mainstream SUV buyer with a target of availability in 2020.
Jaguar will be spending upwards of $4 million dollars to add 150 DC Fast charging points to 45 of its dealership locations across Australia.
The Tesla Model S was the first car Tesla produced at scale – so here’s all you need to know about the original, 1st generation Tesla Model S for Aussie buyers.
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.
Let’s break down what’s included in Tesla’s maintenance plans and extended warranties in Australia.