While EVs are really starting to come into the mainstream now it obviously wasn’t always that way. As such we thought we’d take a look back at the past ten years of Tesla technology development to see just how far EVs have come in order to get a better understanding of what to expect in the future.
Tesla has sent out invites to Australian Tesla Model 3 reservation holders this week inviting them to take a first look at the car in person.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
As one of the most advanced SUV’s on the market the Model X is an amazing car – so here’s all you need to know about the Tesla Model X for Aussie buyers.
If you’re on the fence about ordering a Tesla, then it might be time to sneak your order in before April 30 to avoid possibly missing out on free unlimited supercharging for life.