Are electric vehicles really a partisan issue?

Are electric vehicles really a partisan issue?

Electric vehicles have exploded onto the political scene in recent weeks following Labor’s bold 50%-of-sales-by-2030 Federal election pledge. With the Coalition rapidly turning against them and Labor demanding adoption, we turn to international examples to answer the question: Are EVs really a partisan issue?

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Utes in a post-combustion Australia

Utes in a post-combustion Australia

The Aussie ute is an undisputed cultural icon. So long as there are heavy loads and long regional roads to carry them on, we’ll be driving utes & 4WDs. But if EVs rule the road, can our favourite workhorses make the switch? JET Charge takes a look at some exciting new developments to see if we can answer that question.

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Will the Tesla Model 3 trigger an EV price war?

Will the Tesla Model 3 trigger an EV price war?

With the Tesla Model 3 set to drop in Aus later this year, we ask what impact that might have for the domestic EV market. Will the sharp pricing be enough to sway Aussies from combustion? And can Tesla really compete with the big-hitters in the automotive industry?

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Watts vs. litres: changing the way we fuel

Watts vs. litres: changing the way we fuel

The big red lettering, the oily asphalt and the stink of petrol are an unfortunate necessity at service stations worldwide, and Australians have been putting up with them practically since federation. But a future without servos might not be so far away, so today we’re taking a look at what a post-petrol Australia might look like.

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