The new Hyundai Ioniq will allow owners to plug in their laptops, tools, camping equipment and their entire house if need be.
Hyundai’s new electric vehicle platform allows for big changes in its first specialised EV design, but the most exciting development might be its “vehicle to load” option.
Hyundai Australia confirms it will recall electric Kona and Ioniq cars sold in Australia and replace their battery packs due to potential fire risk.
Hyundai Australia issues safety recall for owners of Kona electric vehicles built between January 31 2018 and March 2 2020.
Charging network provider Evie Networks breaks cover on plan to rent zero emissions vehicles out to rideshare drivers under service called eMentum.
New potential base price for the China-made Tesla Model 3 could be as low as $57,000 in Australia.
Hyundai Motors the only major legacy automaker to deliver a positive stock return in 2020, prompting S&P Global to give thumbs up to its electrification strategy.
AGL Energy to become first Australian company to sign up to EV100 initiative, committing to transition 400-strong vehicle fleet to electric vehicles.
Over three days, three Kona Electric electric SUVs drove more than 1,000km without needing to recharge – more than double the WLTP driving range.
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.