Yes that’s right. Taking delivery of one of the first Tesla Model 3’s in Australia we drove away from our delivery appointment last Thursday in our own Batmobile. After a week of driving, playing, poking and learning I thought I’d give a few quick first impressions.
Tesla has just released the first details on what Model 3 accessories and upgrades will be available here in Australia. In an online brochure they not only outlined what will be released here but for how much too.
So you’ve ordered or already have your sweet Tesla. Then you realise that you need a USB drive solution for it. Maybe you want to store 100 GB of (legal) music on it, maybe you want to use Sentry Mode or the Dashcam features? Either way you’re going to need a good, proper solution so read on!
Currently there are thousands of Australians that are eagerly waiting to receive their new Tesla Model 3’s all over the country. So what can you expect on the delivery day? What will come or not come with your Model 3? After a lot of poking around and pestering Tesla we got some interesting answers.
Tesla is mostly known for their amazing electric cars, however they’re also big in Home Battery Energy Storage, especially here in Australia. In this piece we’re going to do a deep dive into the Tesla Powerwall 2, why it’s so popular, it’s good and bad points and most importantly, whether or not you should buy one!
It’s fair to say that Tesla has a hit on their hands with the Tesla Powerwall and Powerpack products, but what will the Tesla Powerwall 3 look like? Let’s have a look!
Along with releasing their new Urban Supercharger today, Tesla has given more details about their next round of Supercharger Expansion. The headlining current total on their website is a huge number: 951 Supercharger Stations with 6,550 Superchargers Looking at the new maps it shows a smattering of new grey pins. Read more…