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Way back in 2016 I put down a reservation order for a Tesla Model 3. Ever since I’ve wanted to check one out in person and I finally got the chance a few weeks ago. The New York Tesla store currently has a demo Model 3 in it and on a visit I headed over one morning to take photos, size it up and just generally see the car in person and push every button.
The Tesla Model 3 is possibly one of the most anticipated EV’s, and while it hasn’t hit our shores just yet it’s clear it’s going to make a huge impact. Here’s our full guide.
The Tesla Roadster 2 promises to be the quickest production car ever made – so here’s all you need to know about the Tesla Roadster 2 for Aussie buyers.
If you’re on the fence about ordering a Tesla, then it might be time to sneak your order in before October 31 to avoid missing out on a $1,400 credit.
Tesla has submitted a DA for a new service and distribution centre in Alexandria, equipped with 6 superchargers offering 24/7 public access.
The Model 3 is primarily opened by bluetooth proximity technology and the Tesla smartphone app, with only a backup RFID keycard included. Here’s all we know about how the system works so far.
Our full guide to Tesla’s Supercharger network! It’s the key to enabling long-distance travel in your Tesla without needing to worry about recharging while you’re on a road trip or intercity journey.
Tesla’s Destination Charger network is a crucial element of their public charging infrastructure, enabling (relatively) fast charging, and usually for free across a range of restaurants, hotels, and shopping centres around Australia. Here’s how they work and how to find them.
More Stockland shopping centres are going to receive Tesla destination chargers in the near future.