Over three days, three Kona Electric electric SUVs drove more than 1,000km without needing to recharge – more than double the WLTP driving range.
New crop of “smart” plug-in hybrid electric vehicles that automatically switch to ‘electric-only’ in certain geo-fenced areas in cities will not be available in Australia.
Electric and hybrid vehicle sales remain the only bright lights in slumping Australian auto industry, but remain a tiny part of the new car market.
While many electric car owners couple their EV with a solar system, it’s important to know which is the cheapest to run on grid power.
While the UK government is right to want more energy storage to support the shift to renewables, a focus on building large, expensive batteries isn’t necessarily the answer.
Tesla turns 10 as a listed company, and becomes the most value car company in the world as investors dial in the end of the ICE age for Big Oil and Big Auto.
Wireless charging could give all-electric taxis a competitive advantage as Jaguar partners in world-leading trial.
World first “plug and charge” technology for electric vehicles introduced by Australia’s Tritium could see cars transform into more than just a mode of transport.
New research from Stanford university has demonstrated a promising new take on the lithium metal battery that could increase electric vehicle driving range.
CEFC backs Jet Charge push into smart home chargers and V2G, but energy minister dismisses calls for EV targets in policy to be handed down at year’s end.