Bloomberg are back at it with the 2019 Battery Price Survey and they’ve found what we all expected: EV batteries are getting cheaper every year and will continue to do so over the 2020s. Check out the reasons, the tech, and the implications on JET Charge Journal.
Tesla’s most affordable model to-date has finally arrived in Australia, ending reservation holders’ 3 year wait and an equally long hype cycle. Today on the JET Charge blog we’ve collected the information you’ll need to decide if the Model 3 is the EV for you.
Falling EV battery prices are a key factor in their growing popularity worldwide, but what goes into that cost? Is the dollar value all we should be looking at? Today on the JET Charge blog we examine the web of factors that go into battery tech, how they’re affecting the price and the performance of EVs today, and what’s next as li-ion technology is perfected and eclipsed.
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.
Many Aussies were excited to hear that the much-anticipated Kona EV has been officially priced by Hyundai, coming in at $59,990 before on roads for the base model. There’s a long-held sentiment that we’re paying too much for electric vehicles, so this week on the JET Charge blog we take a look at the the real underlying value of the current crop of EVs.
The JET Charge team spends some time with the new Hyundai Ioniq EV. We look at specs, features, and pricing for Australia’s latest and most affordable electric vehicle.