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.
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.
With the BMW iX3, BMW are bringing full electric propulsion to the mainstream SUV buyer with a target of availability in 2020.
The commitment needed from electric car owners to ensure a cleaner environment unfortunately doesn’t end once they drive the car home – choosing a green power source is also important. Here’s how Greenpower works.