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2021 Tesla Model 3 Long Range review

Almost three weeks with Tesla’s mid-range, new-build Model 3 was an eye-opening experience for this first-timer.

REVISIT: 2011 Tesla Roadster Sport 2.5 review

For World Electric Vehicle Day, we're winding the clock back to where it all began for the Tesla brand with another look at the crucial Roadster. This story was first published in 2010.

2020 Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus review

The Standard Range Plus represents the most affordable entry into the Model 3 range. We think it's the smartest, too.

The car names you've probably been mispronouncing this whole time

Fancy yourself a car enthusiast? While being an enthusiastic car owner and a good driver are both part of your overall street cred, a lot of it comes down to being able to talk the torque. And where many of us can come undone when showing off our automotive prowess is butchering the pronunciation of brand or model names as badly as Kim from Kath & Kim used to pronounce 'chardonnay' (she said 'kar-don-aye', for the record)...

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2019 Tesla Model 3 Performance review

Buying a Tesla? Feel free to use our referral link for free supercharging! https://ts.la/paul29913 FULL STORY: https://www.caradvice.com.au/779800/2019-tesla-model-3-performance-review-2/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=YT_DESC The Tesla Model 3 has finally arrived in Australia! We get exclusive access to the right-hand drive Tesla Model 3 Performance to give you a detailed review of the latest and most affordable car from the US tech company...

2019 Tesla Model 3 Performance: Review and 0-100

The Tesla Model 3 is taking the USA by storm and it'll hit Australia by mid-late 2019. Paul Maric jumps behind the wheel of the Model 3 Performance for a road trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas to see how well an electric car performs in a market with dedicated EV infrastructure.

2017 Tesla Model X Walkaround Preview

Read the full article here. With the first deliveries of the 2017 Tesla Model X due to start at the end of 2016, we decided to head to Tesla and have a quick look at the first car to land in Australia. Pricing starts from $111,900 (plus on-road costs) for the entry-level Model X 60D, which promises over 350 kilometres of driving range, a top speed of 210km/h, all-wheel drive, and a 0-100km/h time of just 6...

2017 Tesla Model S Walk Around

Read the article here. The facelifted Tesla Model S has arrived in Australia and we have a look at the new model to see what the changes are in greater detail. The new car features a revised front end to improve aerodynamics, a revised rear and changes to the interior. New to the car also is a high-end air filter to prevent pollutants from entering the cabin...

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Tesla Comparisons

2019 electric vehicle comparison: Jaguar I-Pace v Hyundai Ioniq v Nissan Leaf v Tesla Model S v Renault Zoe

Normally a comparison is a great opportunity for us to compare vehicles that sit within the same size or price category, with a CarAdvice-backed winner declared at the end. Given the relative lack of competition within segments in the electric vehicle market, we wanted to do something a little different with a comparison of a cross-section of the passenger EV market – a group of cars from the cheapest to the most expensive...

2016 Tesla Model S P90D v BMW 730d Comparison

These are two cars that barely need an introduction. One is a long-time luxury vehicle from a respected German brand, while the other is a lightning-fast newcomer from an American brand with a focus on green credentials. We’re talking, of course, about the BMW 7 Series and the Tesla Model S...

Audi RS7 Sportback v Tesla Model S P85D : Comparison Review

Here we have two very different takes on technology and performance. The Audi RS7 Sportback is a high-tech luxury four-door coupe with a stonking big V8 engine, and the Tesla Model S P85D is about the same size and shape, but makes do with batteries and two electric motors for its propulsion. Why compare them? Simple – both are different answers to the same question...

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Tesla News

Tesla owner creates V8 sound for his car – and it’s awesome

A Tesla owner in the US has added V8 sound to his electric car and the result needs to be heard to be believed. Brooks Weisblat – who is also a bit of a YouTube sensation thanks to his collection of fast-car videos on his DragTimes channel – has demonstrated how easy it is to upload the sound of a hardcore V8 and then pump the sound through the vehicle’s external speakers...

2021 Tesla Model 3 prices hit new low in Australia, now from $59,900 plus on-road costs

Tesla has slashed the cost of its popular Model 3 sedan – by between $3000 and $9000 compared to the most recent round of price cuts. The Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus now starts from $59,900 plus on-road costs. It is the cheapest the Tesla Model 3 has been since arriving in Australia two years ago, in July 2019...

Tesla cuts driving range claims in Australia

Tesla cars have among the longest driving range compared to most electric cars on sale in Australia. However, a discreet switch to the Tesla website this week downgraded maximum driving range estimates to a more realistic level. Tesla has voluntarily started displaying driving range predictions based on the latest International standard known as WLTP, or World harmonised Light vehicle Testing Procedure...

US authorities increase scrutiny of autonomous car tests on public roads

US road safety authorities have issued an order requiring car makers to report all crashes involving autonomous vehicles being tested on public roads. To date, 30 of the 50 US states permit real-world testing of the future hands-free vehicle technology, which goes beyond what is available for the public to buy today...

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Tesla Owner Reviews

2019 Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus review

As a former Telsa owner (2017 Model S75) I had no hesitation ordering a Model 3 Standard Range Plus (SR +) when they became available in Australia. I have had the car for over a year and have racked up 23000km, so thought now would be a good time to provide an ownership update. Why a Model 3? I had always wanted a Model 3 and purchased a Model S to tide me over until the Model 3 arrived...

2020 Tesla Model 3 Performance review

I hate to say it, but I am yet another convert. I bought a Model 3 which had been a cancelled order from another customer, so I was driving away in a new car only a week after my deposit. White with White. At first, I thought I had made a mistake, the union between the car and I feeling like an arranged marriage...

2017 Tesla Model X 90d review

Faced with our accountant telling us for two years running that our 20-year old Chauffeur car business with German cars was sending us broke, it forced me into thinking outside the square. A Tesla promised a minimum of ongoing maintenance and rectification costs...

2019 Tesla Model 3 Performance review

I've just taken delivery of my second electric car. The first one was quite a bit smaller, as I recall made by Scalextric. Flooring that car's throttle was guaranteed to catapult the tiny vehicle off its track, to then get airborne and tumble end over end. So much fun! What would now would be seen by many as an early EV "safety glitch", things have since been vastly improved, and blissfully the "fun catapult" bit has not been lost...

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