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.
Will more CO2 come out of the tailpipe of a Hybrid or from an EV powered by Australia’s dirty power grid? The answer is unfortunately disappointing.
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.
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.
With the huge shift to fully Electric Vehicles (EV’s) already well underway it can get a bit confusing with all the terminology being flung around. In this guide we go through what they all are, how they are different from each other and why you might buy one over the other.
I went to check out the ATA’s Electric Vehicle Expo in Melbourne, with a handful of electric cars on display – most notably, the Renault Zoe.