Posts Tagged new zealand

Tesla Has Russian Expansion Plans

Just about every week or so, it seems we get more news of Tesla’s expansion efforts. Now, a local newspaper – Kommersant, in Russia points to the electric automaker not only moving forward with its planned Supercharger network, but also opening showrooms. As usual, Tesla has yet to officially verify the…

1 month ago by Steven Loveday 22

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Tesla Officially Launches In New Zealand

It seems every few weeks or so, we hear that Tesla has launched in another location. Tesla has now officially entered New Zealand. The company delivered the first eight Model S vehicles at a media event at the Ports of Auckland. Unfortunately, interested customers were only allowed to test drive the…

2 months ago by Steven Loveday 14

Tesla Hopes To Launch In India This Summer

Tesla is forever expanding in every way possible. Earlier this month, the electric vehicle maker officially entered the market in Portugal, following a myriad of requests, and even a video plea to Tesla CEO Elon Musk about nine months back. Now plans are set for India. While Tesla is not currently…

2 months ago by Steven Loveday 6

Tesla Model S & X Launch In New Zealand

Last week, Tesla officially opened the order books for both its Model S and X in New Zealand. Orders placed now will be received during the period of April-June 2017. In addition to the launch of both electric vehicles, Tesla has stated that it will open its first store in…

5 months ago by Eric Loveday 11

BMW To Expand The DC Fast Charging Network In New Zealand

Charge.net.nz about year ago began installations of multi-standard DC fast chargers in New Zealand. Now, with about 20 on-line, reinforcement stations will arrive from BMW, which intends to help build an electric highway by 2018 with total of 100 chargers – a significant amount for a country the size of New…

6 months ago by Mark Kane 17

BMW i3 Declared New Zealand’s Car Of The Year

BMW i3 was named New Zealand Car of the Year 2015. It’s interesting that the i3 won, but at price tag of some $83,500 in New Zealand dollars, according to stuff (which is $56,000 U.S.), it’s very expensive. “The BMW i3 – a five door compact electric car – beat…

1 year ago by Mark Kane 26