This Car Review Is About: One of the two vehicles currently available from Tesla. The Model S and Model X are very closely related and come with a choice of drive combinations. A new model, a smaller car called Model 3 is scheduled for Australian release from July 2019. The vehicle tested is the non-P […]Read More Car Review: 2019 Tesla Model X 100D
Fresh from the success of his Space-X mission to the ISS, Elon Musk‘s other love, Tesla, has released information on a change to their car charging system. Called V3 Supercharging, it brings a massive change in how Tesla cars are charged, and drastically lowers the charging time. To be rolled out in the U.S. initially, […]Read More Tesla Recharges The Charging System.
They’re potentially expensive. They’re controversial. They’re cracking good drives. And totally fully electric. The Tesla range consisting of the Model S variants and Model X variants has been with us in Australia for a few years now and the Model S remains the most visible. The P100D name means the car is an all wheel […]Read More 2018 Tesla Model S P100D & Model X P100D
It’s been hinted at, guessed about, and now it’s for real. Tesla has given us a semi. 2019 is the year that is currently scheduled for first delivery and reservations are currently being taken in the US for just five thousand American dollars.Tesla has unveiled the new truck at a lavish event and simply stated, […]Read More Tesla Gets A Semi.
Being an independent reviewer means relying on the good graces of companies to allow their cars to be reviewed. Tesla Australia is one of the companies that works with independent reviewers and A Wheel Thing was privileged to spend a too quick 30 hours with the new Model X. It’s jampacked with technology and comes […]Read More 2017 Tesla Model X: A Wheel Thing Car Review.
Tesla has announced a new, over the air, software upgrade, for the Model S and Model X. This brings a new, redesigned, User Interface (UI) to the massive touchscreen. With the upgrade due in Australia sometime from October 2016, here’s what Tesla Australia had to say: Tesla makes the only cars on the road that continue to get safer, […]Read More Tesla Looks Further Towards The Future.
Tesla Australia has announced that a new retail store will be opened in Chadstone Shopping Centre, Victoria. This will be the state’s first retail store, allowing prospective Tesla car buyers the opportunity to custom build their new vehicle. The expected opening date is in October, 2016.There will be two vehicles housed in store, the forthcoming […]Read More Tesla Australia To Open New Victorian Retail Store
Tesla recently unveiled the Model X, their fully electric SUV. There will be four models in the range: 60D, 75D, 90D and P90D. The latter is expected to offer over 460 kilometres of battery powered range, a zero to one hundred kmh time of 3.4 seconds, thanks to all wheel drive grip, and a top […]Read More Tesla Australia Releases Model X Pricing.
What a stupendous car. A Wheel Thing could almost leave the review at that, except there are a couple of things… Earlier in 2015, A Wheel Thing had the opportunity to spend a few hours in the Model S Tesla. Late November, an email from Heath Walker initially offered a two night stay, which became […]Read More Car Review: 2016 Tesla Model S P90D
Tesla Australia Marketing and Communication Manager, Heath Walker, announced recently that Goulburn, a main inland city approximately two hours drive south west of Sydney, in New South Wales, would host a Tesla Supercharger station, putting to rest any range anxiety between Sydney and Australia’s capital, Canberra. With an easy access to the supercharger unit, capable […]Read More Tesla Charges Up Goulburn, Australia, And Releases New Model.