Tesla’s opened up a big chunk of its Aussie EV SuperCharger network to other EVs… but it’s still keeping a lot of prime sites for itself.
A new survey suggests that 43% of Australians can’t install an EV charger at home. I have my doubts about those figures…
The BYD Dolphin will cost $38890 plus on-road costs in Australia later this year, just slightly undercutting the MG4 Excite 51.
And just like that, we’ve got our first sub $40K EV…
Stay too long at a Chargefox charger in Australia from next month and you could cop a per-minute idle fee for the privilege.
The MG4 will come in 64kWh Excite, 64kWh Essence and 77kWh Essence variants.
Not as cheap as most would have hoped for, with pricing for the higher spec MG4 Essence landing from $47,990.
MG had the cachet (for a while) of being the most “affordable” EV in the Australian market. With more competition in that space, how does the company’s electric car compare?
In which our heroes valiantly try to find a working EV charger in the Barossa, discover the joys of hard-to-access chargers and make their way … Driving Sydney to Adelaide (and back) in an EV: Part Three: There and back againRead more
Heading west, dealing with charger availability, fatigure and flooding. Will our heroes make it to Adelaide? (Spoiler: Yes. Eventually).