One of the biggest difference between traditional cars and EV’s is how they refuel. We take a look at the state of EV charging in Australia and the future.
Audi’s most recent e-tron announcement is a big one, going all-in with an electric-only SUV. It’s not an electrified Q5 or Q7 and it’s not the new Q8 – it’s the dedicated e-tron SUV.
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.
The MINI Electric Concept is MINI Cooper’s take on the future of their brand under an electric future – here’s what to expect.
Australians lag behind quite a few nations in the developed world when it comes to electric vehicle adoption rates in the mainstream market. In 2016, Australians bought only 1,369 electric vehicles. Compare that to 12,000 hybrid vehicles and 1,131,000 diesel and petrol-powered cars bought.
The IONIQ is scheduled to show up in Australian showrooms mid-year, in both battery and plug-in hybrid variants. We’re keeping our fingers crossed! Here’s our full guide.
We thought we’d have a quick look at the Jaguar I-Pace S and the Model X 75D, their starting prices and specs to see what you’re getting for your money – whether the Jag really is that much cheaper.
The RAC Electric Highway is an Australian Government backed initiative conceived and implemented by the Royal Automobile Club – or RAC – allowing for Fast Charging of EV’s on key routes in Western Australia. Here’s our guide.