Australia EV sales

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Toyota Installs Chargers as the EV Penetration Rate Goes Over the Cliff in Australia

Now that’s two pieces of almost contradictory news. Toyota’s installing chargers, but there are fewer EVs being sold. Added to that, Fully Charged, now rebranded as Everything Electric, has come to Sydney for 2024. As we speak, car manufacturers that snubbed the program last year are exhibiting their offerings. 2024 … [continued]

BYD Seal with Brisbane skyline in the background. Photo courtesy of Majella Waterworth.

Australian EV Sales Steady in December — 2024 Looks Bright

Within a resurgent Australian auto market in 2023, electric vehicles have maintained a steady presence at around 8% market share. December’s numbers indicate that 7.2% of the market was fully electric (BEV) and 1% PHEV. Over 98,000 vehicles sold in Australia in December, with around 8% having a plug. This … [continued]

Teslas visit Bracken Ridge Tavern. Photo Majella Waterworth.

Electric Vehicles Make The Mainstream News In Australia — 385% Growth In Pure EV Sales!

You know electric vehicles are making an impact when they feature on the national finance report on ABC News. Alan Kohler, respected finance journalist, reports that battery electric vehicle (BEV) growth in Australia is 385% higher than last year, plugin hybrids (PHEVs) are up 24%, plugless hybrids (HEVs) remain stable … [continued]