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Announcement – JET Charge series B funding round
14 February 2022

Announcement – JET Charge series B funding round

The JET Charge team once again have delivered big with a successful completion of their Series B funding round – rasing $25.5 Million. This wouldn’t have been possible without all the hard work, passion and dedication for the whole JET Charge team and amazing partners! Read the press release for all the details below.
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State of Electric Vehicles- March 2022: 5 Key Takeaways
31 March 2022

State of Electric Vehicles- March 2022: 5 Key Takeaways

The Electric Vehicle Council (EVC) has released a new State of Electric Vehicles report, comprehensively breaking down the current outlook of EV’s in Australia. The report contains updated information regarding EV sales, model availability, public charging infrastructure, policy, and the current and future range of vehicles available in Australia. Read on as we examine our 5 […]
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2019 in review
30 December 2019

2019 in review

It’s been a bumper year for the e-mobility space. January looks like a distant memory behind the swathe of new models, record-breaking investments, and fresh technology on the EV radar. There’s so much going on every month that it can be hard to keep track! So today we’re revisiting the highlights to see how far we’ve come in 2019.

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Another electric supercar on the way
20 August 2019

Another electric supercar on the way

With a name fit for a supervillain and the looks to match, the Drako GTE is set to be a formidable beast on the supercar stage — and possibly another nail in combustion’s coffin.

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Electric utes pt. III: train-pulling torque
25 July 2019

Electric utes pt. III: train-pulling torque

It wasn’t long ago that electric utes seemed like a pipe-dream. Tradies laughed at the idea, the coalition government taunted that EVs will “end the weekend”, and towing was nowhere to be seen. Those days are over. Today on the JET Charge blog we’re looking at the latest e-utes promised for our shores and asking what the future holds for an Aussie icon.

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Predictions and promises for the 2020 Tesla Roadster
11 June 2019

Predictions and promises for the 2020 Tesla Roadster

Elon Musk has been dropping hints about the 2020 Roadster since 2017, constantly baiting us with stats that would blow today’s electric vehicles out of the water. We sift through the tweets and the hearsay to see exactly what’s being promised and how it compares to the best combustion has to offer.

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Land Rover confirms PHEV for 2020 Discovery Sport
23 May 2019

Land Rover confirms PHEV for 2020 Discovery Sport

Land Rover’s popular Discovery Sport is receiving an electric upgrade in 2020. Mild-hybrid technology  will be available for turbo-diesels later this year, with a PHEV variant to follow. As one of Land Rover’s most popular models the Discovery Sport is a prime candidate for electrification. We take a closer look to see what’s on offer and when we can get our hands on it.

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Polestar 2 for Australia in 2020 — a Model 3 rival?
16 May 2019

Polestar 2 for Australia in 2020 — a Model 3 rival?

Volvo subsidiary Polestar will be releasing their all-electric flagship in Australia next year. Pricing for the Polestar 2 remains unconfirmed, but signs point to a potential Model 3 competitor. We look at the specs to see where it stands against Tesla’s latest offering.

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The electric Volkswagen ID. 3 is coming
10 May 2019

The electric Volkswagen ID. 3 is coming

Volkswagen have announced the “third chapter” of their brand with the reveal of the ID.3, the all-electric flagship to a new model family for the German automaker. Now that European pre-orders are open with deliveries slated for mid-2020, the question remains: When will Australia be getting VW’s latest model?

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