Cars and trucks in Australia are the same but different from their American cousins. Economics and culture account for much of the differences.Read more
What happens when you line up a Tesla Model S alongside an honest-to-goodness V8 Supercar? That’s what these Aussies wanted to find out.Read more
GM’s Australian brand, Holden, was “…really, really close” to having a production-ready Commodore EV that might have rivaled the Volt.Read more
We’ve been clamoring for the big automakers, Ford and GM, to bring the small, more fuel-efficient pickup trucks they’ve beenRead more
While many areas of America aren’t suited to the limited range and lack of charging infrastructure, it is nothing in comparison to Australia’s outback, where there could be hundreds of miles between filling stations. But even in Australia, DIYers and small shops are converting old cars into short-range EVs as petrol prices continue to rise.Read more
Researchers the world over are trying to come up with a solution to electric vehicle recharging woes. Even 240-volt chargers can take six hours or more to recharge the battery pack of many EVs, leading some companies to pursue alternative methods of recharging, like battery swapping…and battery swapping certainly has a lot to recommend it.
A team of Holden engineers has set a new 24 hour distance record for electric vehicles, going an impressive 1,172 miles in 24 hours utilizing battery swapping technology.Read more
GM has garnered a lot of attention, positive and negative, over its new halo car the Chevy Volt. While expensive,Read more