We’re currently testing the P100D beast to see what it’s all about. And on first impressions, it is definitely quick. Like, hold-on-for-your-life quick. Seriously gut-wrenching. If you find it difficult to fully wake up in the morning, floor the throttle in this and you’ll be right awake, quick smart.
Audi pulled out of their very successful endurance racing program last year, which saw them dominate at Le Mans using hybrid-diesel power. Instead, they are moving to Formula E.
The move is bold – but this is where they see the future of production vehicles, so to them it makes sense to move their R&D spend and promotional efforts that come from being involved in motorsport into Formula E.
Finding a (well-priced) used Model S in Australia seems tough, with limited inventory and relatively high prices. This would be my plan of attack if I were looking for the right deal.
The only planned upgrade to my BMW i3 is a slight lower and hopefully improved ride through the addition of H&R’s sport spring set. Here’s the result.
An extensive review of the 94Ah BMW i3, looking at how it’s like to live with the higher range i3 day-to-day.
I’m three months into 60Ah i3 ownership, and for my routine at least, I haven’t ever once wished I had the 94Ah.
Haye Kesteloo shares his thoughts on 12 months of living with a BMW i3 60ah over at Electrek in the US.
The opinions of people on the BMW i3 seem to be very divided. They either love the car or simply hate it. It is either good or bad. Black or white. Is that accurate though? Can it be placed in a box like that or is there more to this little EV?
Cars & Coffee in Sydney was on this morning at Jones Bay Wharf – and a beautiful morning it was too, with Sydney Harbour giving us it’s best weather. Two Tesla Model X’s represented the EV world.