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.
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.
Teslas’ commercial truck, known as the Tesla Semi, was unveiled in late 2017 as a game changer for the trucking and transport industry of the future. It’s not available anywhere yet, but orders are flowing in. These are the essential specs.
With the electric version of the Kona due to hit Australia in early 2019, this guide will give you the rundown on the Kona EV, telling you everything you need to know about the greenest new addition to the popular Hyundai line.
Many car manufacturers have semi-autonomous features, but Tesla’s Autopilot seems to have captured the public attention the most. In this guide, we explain what the Autopilot can and can’t do, and cover off some of the recent improvements that have made it substantially more robust.