The options for electric vehicle buyers in Australia are growing: Here is the complete list of new models available in 2021 under $75,000.
More than ten electric car models will enter the Australian auto market in 2021, giving drivers who are looking to switch to clean transport a little more choice.
August EV sales data shows Tesla is still dominating the Australian EV market, while consumers show a distinct preference for hybrids.
A potential electric car buyer is first rebuffed, then talked down, by two separate dealerships, highlighting the need for more dealer support in selling electric vehicles.
Electric car and solar energy company Tesla is considering an all-in-one home and car energy package, that could include controlled EV charging times.
“Resilient, inclusive and seamless”: the new Nissan Ariya promises a lot, most notably an impressive 610 km range that beats the Tesla Model X.
Tesla says Model 3 most efficient car on market, easily beating fossil fuel cars on emissions, with even bigger savings coming with autonomy and “robo-taxis”.
Audi announces pricing and specifications for all-electric e-tron SUV and e-tron Sportback in Australia, billing it as a “new era of mobility”.
Mini reveals Australian pricing and specifications for Mini Electric Hatch, adding another new electric vehicle to the limited Australian market.
Tera-factories, Full Self Driving, a profitable Model Y – significant tidbits from Tesla’s first-quarter earnings report illustrate just how far Tesla is ahead in electric vehicle game.