Hyundai’s quirky Ioniq 6 looks unlike anything else on the roads both inside and out, but is it worth choosing over its highly-regarded rivals?
The EV6 GT is the fastest and most expensive Kia ever, but it’s also the best car the company has made by far. In fact, it borders on being flawless.
Australian Tesla customers pining for a Model Y with more range have finally had their calls answered.
It might be easy to overlook this mid-spec EV6 variant in favour of its faster AWD sibling, but the GT-Line RWD offers a unique set of thrills that make it well worth taking seriously.
It’s unsurprising to see the Tesla Model Y topping its segment through the early part of 2023 as this tech powerhouse comes at a surprisingly smart price.
Genesis’ electric flagship might look the part and tick all the right boxes a luxury saloon needs to, but its big price tag is the main thing it needs to overcome.
Although Volvo’s goal of going EV-only in Australia as soon as 2026 was a bit of a head-scratcher at first, the C40 Recharge shows that the brand knows exactly what it’s doing.
BYD’s first model to hit the Australian market is already making a big impression, and with the value-for-money it offers it’s easy to see why.
Next-generation electric motors and battery packs are not only coming to give the Polestar 2 more range and power, but they’re seeing it switch from front- to rear-wheel drive.
Australia’s cheapest EV has been given a thorough update, and while there’s still room for improvement, the price is certainly right.