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Your Electric Car Resource

We aim to be your one stop shop for news and info about electric cars in Australia

The team at Which Electric Car Australia are passionate about electric cars and believe more and more that the future of transport of all types is electric. Electric cars have been seen as something that are a niche market but consumers and governments across the world are changing that.

In just a few years time in parts of Europe you will be unable to buy a petrol or diesel car! For example Norway has set a target of only allowing sales of 100% electric or plug-in hybrid cars by 2025. The Netherlands has mooted a 2025 ban for diesel and petrol cars, and some federal states in Germany are keen on a 2030 phase-out. The UK and France have announced a ban by 2040.

Car maker Volvo has said it would only make fully electric or hybrid cars from 2019 onwards, a decision hailed as the beginning of the end for the internal combustion engine’s dominance of motor transport after more than a century.

According to a recent Bloomberg report the Electric Vehicle revolution is going to hit the car market even harder and faster than predicted just a year ago. EVs are on track to accelerate to 54% of new car sales by 2040. Tumbling battery prices mean that EVs will have lower lifetime costs, and will be cheaper to buy, than internal combustion engine (ICE) cars in most countries by 2025-29.

The future is electric and we are proud to be a part of it.

The Future Is Electric

Why Buy An Electric Car?

Yes you need an EV

The rollout of electric vehicles is picking up pace across the globe as more and more drivers switch their fossil fuelled cars for new, electric-powered alternatives. So should you make the switch?

Electric Vehicle Buyers Guide

EV car reviews

Our brand by brand guide to the range of Electric Vehicles that are currently for sale in Australia and new models due to be released soon. 

Electric Motorsport Events

formula_e electric motorsport

Exciting times in the world of electric motorsport with more manufacturers than ever before in the new racing formula for the 21st century, Formula E .

Latest News From The World Of Electric Vehicles

INFINITI confirm production of new electrified platform based on Q Inspiration concept car within 5 years

INFINITI Motor Company has announced that it is developing an all-new electrified vehicle platform influenced by the stunning Q Inspiration concept car. INFINITI will produce an electrified vehicle on this platform, one of five new vehicles it will build in China over the next five years. INFINITI chairman and global president Roland Krueger made the…
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Volkswagen unveils it’s fully-electric I.D. R Supercar to challenge the Pikes Peak Race to the Clouds

Volkswagen have unveiled its fully-electric supercar—the I.D. R Pikes Peak—today in Alès, France. The supercar will compete in the Pikes Peak International Hill climb in Colorado Springs, CO, on June 24, seeking to beat the existing electric car record of 8:57.118 minutes in the annual “Race to the Clouds.” I.D. R Pikes Peak weighs less…
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VW’s Electrify America partners with Walmart to install its ‘ultra-fast’ charging stations across the USA

Volkswagen owned Electrify America have teamed up with retail giant Walmart to install its ‘ultra-fast’ charging stations at its stores across the USA. Electrify America will install electric vehicle chargers at more than 100 Walmart locations across 34 states by June 2019. This initiative will more than double the number of electric vehicle charging stations…
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ACT government release their transition to zero emissions vehicles action plan

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT ) Government have released their “transition to zero emissions vehicles action plan” inline with their plan to reduce the ACT’s greenhouse gas emissions. The ACT is currently on track to achieve a 40% reduction in emissions on 1990 levels by 2020. The ACT Government also has a target to achieve…
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Volvo’s performance brand Polestar have been testing their Polestar 1 EV prototype in the Arctic Circle

Volvo’s performance brand Polestar have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from test drivers and engineers, who recently spent two weeks north of the Article Circle for a rigorous shakedown with the first running Polestar 1 prototype – in temperatures as low as -28 degrees Celsius. The intense winter test drive is designed to examine and fine-tune…
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Kia believe great cars and not government subsidies will be key to the success of electric vehicles in Australia

Kia says it will have a range of affordable EVs on the market in Australia within three years according to Kia Australia chief operating officer Damien Meredith. He says affordable electric cars are coming very soon and they will not need government subsidies to encourage people to buy them. “There will be a fair bit…
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