BMW extends wireless charging trial to California

BMW extends wireless charging trial to California

Thanks to wireless charging technology, a smartphone sold today might go its entire life-cycle without being plugged in, so why not EVs? BMW’s inductive charging trial stalled last year after a slow European rollout, but that might be over as they move to extend the program to US customers.

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Jaguar launches campaign to redefine the word ‘car’

Jaguar launches campaign to redefine the word ‘car’

Driving an electric vehicle doesn’t require a new license, but according to the Oxford Dictionary they aren’t technically ‘cars’. After winning the 2019 World Car of the Year with the all-electric I-PACE, Jaguar have taken it upon themselves to change that with a campaign to give EVs their rightful recognition in the dictionary.

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Ferrari’s most powerful car is their first PHEV

Ferrari’s most powerful car is their first PHEV

Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid production vehicle is the SF90 Stradale and it’s the most powerful street-legal car they’ve ever made. With 3 electric motors supplementing a 3.9 litre V8, the Stradale marks a new era for the world’s premier sportscar manufacturer. We look at the specs and the history to see what this means for Ferrari and the future of performance motoring.

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Model 3 certified for Australia, but which ones are we getting?

Model 3 certified for Australia, but which ones are we getting?

We’ve finally got some concrete news about the Model 3 coming to Australia. This week Tesla certified 2 variants with the RVCS. But without more news from Tesla themselves, we’ve had to do some digging to find out exactly which of the overseas offerings Australia will be getting for the launch of the Model 3 and how much they’re likely to cost.

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Electric rubbish trucks operating in Melbourne

Electric rubbish trucks operating in Melbourne

The days of being awoken by noisy rubbish trucks may be over in the City of Casey, who announced today that an electric rubbish truck is currently operating to recycle hard waste from residents’ homes. The truck is the first of its kind working in Australia and forms part of Casey’s commitments to sustainable hard waste collection and liveability for residents.

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