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Audi E-Tron stepping stone into the future and Audi E-Tron Charging Information

By the first look at Audi E-Tron, it looks like a very ordinary Audi. This is the electric car that does not try to seek to blur boundaries or act radical. This is the electric vehicle that simply persuades those ordinary SUV buyers to make the jump to swap to ...
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New 2021 BMW iX3 and BMW iX3 Charging Stations

BMW enters the fierce competition of all-electric SUV with the new 2021 iX3 and iX3 Charging Stations

The 2021 iX3 is the first all-electric SUV made by BMW that combines the concept of expression and innovation. BMW iX3 is a midsize SUV and will arrive to Australia mid-2021. The fifth generation of BMW’s eDrive electric drivetrain technology is employed onto the iX3. This technology will also be ...
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Facelifted 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric to hit Australia

Facelifted 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric to hit Australia with updated on board Hyundai Charger

The 2021 Hyundai Kona has made its debut in Europe revealing a few updated styling and performance changes. The predecessor Kona EV has been extremely successful in Australia since its launch. The Hyundai Kona EV was one of its kind in the Australian market as it was the only option ...
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MG Motors Australia launches the highly anticipated ZS EV Small SUV

MG Motors Australia launches the highly anticipated ZS EV Small SUV

MG Motors has made a splash in the Australian Electric Vehicle market by releasing the first in a future line up of fully electrified vehicles. Australian drivers were so impressed with MG foray into the EV market that the entire limited initial release amount of 100 units was snapped up ...
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Tesla Charging Station

Tesla Model 3 Charging Efficiency. Close to 10km / kWh of Charging and Climbing!

It’s now been announced the Model 3 standard range will travel 490km in the standard range with a 54kWh battery. In other words, every kWh of electricity consumed will produce 9.1 km of range. This has the effect of also increasing it’s range per hour of charge both from an ...
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The arrival of a new variant 2021 Nissan Leaf

The arrival of a new variant 2021 Nissan Leaf and Charging data with a significant improvement in battery size

Talking about affordable electric hatchbacks, Nissan Leaf is one of the most prominent and popular products in the Australian market. A new variant of the Nissan Leaf electric car will eventually come to Australia in early 2021, confirmed by Nissan Leaf. The new variant called Leaf e+ will offer the ...
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Vehicle to Grid V2G vs Vehicle to Home V2H. Which one to choose?

A question that is increasingly being asked by electric vehicle drivers is would a grid-based vehicle bi-directional connection be superior to a local vehicle to home network. This blog looks into the technology concept and provides the feasibility. Firstly most of the grid-scale benefits of Vehicle to grid can be ...
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EV's safe to drive

Are electric cars and their charging stations safe?

For people considering a switch to electric vehicles, a question which may come up is are electric vehicles safe to drive? Is the EV charger at home a risk? After all we’ve become comfortable sitting in a vehicle with 60L of combustible fuel inside of it. The question remains, are ...
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Tesla Gen 2

Tesla’s entry-level electric car has become a more affordable option

Tesla has upgraded the interior and exterior design of the Tesla Model 3. The technology features and driving range claimed have also been improved. In the meantime, the price has dropped substantially allowing Tesla Model 3 to be more competitive in the Australian market. The base Standard Range Plus model ...
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Electric for everyone MG ZS EV. Australia’s first truly mass-market EV

Electric for everyone MG ZS EV. Australia’s first truly mass-market EV

One of the main barriers to shift to electric vehicle is price, MG Australia has truly and well delivered the promise of ‘making more electric vehicles more affordable for more Australians’. The drive away price of the 2021 MG ZS EV starts from $43, 990, which represents a $3,000 saving ...
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