The famous MG brand - now China owned - has launched its first electric car in Australia and has big ambitions. We talk to MG Australia’s head of development, and take the MG ZS EV for a drive.
Nexport’s Luke Todd on plan to import four electric vehicle models from China’s BYD, and creating a platform for more EV makers to import directly into Australia.
The Driven’s resident bikie Nigel Morris takes the Harley Davidson Livewire for a ride, and ponders the question: Is an electric hog still a hog?
New Tritium CEO Jane Hunter assesses the electric vehicle landscape in Australia, the market for fast-charges, government policy, and declining fossil fuel car sales
A panel of experts from UNSW and overseas discuss the potential of solar paint and its ability to power electric cars.
EVs are an obvious solution for Australia’s precarious fuel security and its dependence on fuel imports. Former RAAF deputy chief John Blackburn explains why.
UNSW students Matthew Holohan and Jed Cruickshank describe the challenge of driving a solar-powered electric car across Australia.
SEA Electric boss Tony Fairweather predicts that within five to 10 years, all delivery vans in Australia will be electric.
ACT climate change minister Shane Rattenbury outlines the territory’s zero emissions strategy for transport, starting with the government fleet.
Greensync’s Phil Blythe on why a pilot in Wellington may provide a blueprint of how to integrate consumer charging habits and the needs of the grid.