Want A Sparky have a professional team of charging specialists ready to assisit you.  If you are unsure or do not completly understand this new evolving technology, please give us a call. We can assist with any questions in relation to any type of charger and installation. We can bring our electric vehicle to you to show you some features

Below is a list of electric vehciles that are currently avaible in the Australian market, we can assist with all these types. 

All these vehicles require a charger to be fitted either at your home or at your place of work.  

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Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 is a luxury all-electric four-door sedan. It received five stars in every category on the ANCAP score. One of the safest cars in the world 

  • Charge time: 40 minutes to 80% at a Supercharger station
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 620km
  • Additional specs: 0-100km in 3.2 seconds, adaptive lighting, 15-inch touchscreen, keyless entry, Top speed 261 km/h

Tesla Model S

Tesla is a well-known luxury electric car retailer that was co-founded by Elon Musk. The Model S is a 5-door ‘liftback’ that holds a 100kWh battery pack, which is more than any other electric car.

  • Models available: 60, 70, 70D, 75, 75D, 85, 85D, 100D, P85, P85D, P90D, P100D
  • Charge time: 40 minutes to 80% at a Supercharger station
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 594km
  • Additional specs: 0-100km in 2.6 seconds, adaptive lighting, 17-inch touchscreen, keyless entry

Tesla Model X

Similar to the Model S, the Tesla Model X is a luxury fully electric car with an impressive range and sleek styling. This car is a mid-size SUV with specs as listed below.

  • Models available: 75D, 100D, P90D, P100D
  • Charge time: from 20% to 80% in 1 hour at a Supercharger station
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 565km
  • Additional specs: 0-100km in 3 seconds, seven-seat all-wheel drive, active safety technology, falcon

BMW i3/i3s

The BMW i3 is BMW’s first mass-produced completely electric vehicle. It’s a high-roof hatchback with an underfloor Li-ion battery back and optional range extender.

  • Models available: 60Ah, 94Ah, 120Ah, S 120Ah
  • Charge time: 4:18 with BMW i Wallbox Plus, 20:06 with power socket
  • Max range on biggest battery: 260km
  • Additional specs: 0-100km in 7.3 seconds, optional range extender, sustainably-sourced interiors

Hyundai IONIQ Electric

In 2018, the Hyundai IONIQ became Australia’s cheapest electric car, boasting a decent range and quick charge time. This five-door hatchback has quickly become one of the best-selling EVs on the market.

  • Models available: Electric Elite, Electric Premium
  • Charge time: 4:25 with a Delta in-home charger, or 23 minutes to 80% charge at a fast charge station
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 230km
  • Additional specs: Smart mobile charging, heated and ventilated seats, push button start, eight-year battery warranty

Hyundai Kona Electric

The Hyundai Kona Electric car is claimed to be Australia’s first 100% electric small SUV, that is “perfect for daily commutes or adventures”. In comparison to the IONIQ, it’s got almost twice the range – but is almost twice the price, too!

  • Models available: Elite, Highlander
  • Charge time: 80% battery in 54 minutes with a 100kW fast charger
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 449km
  • Additional specs: 0-100km in 9.9 seconds, Infinity Audio system, 8” touch screen display, glass sunroof

Jaguar I-PACE

Its first all-electric vehicle, the I-Pace is a high-end SUV with a price tag that suits the Jaguar name. Here are the specs of this car:

  • Models available: S, SE, HSE, First Edition
  • Charge time: 270km/hour charge with 50kW DC rapid charger
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 470km
  • Additional specs: 0-100km in 4.8 seconds, in-built Navigation Pro, noise reducing acoustic laminated glass

Kia Niro EV

The Kia Niro SUV joins a spate of electric vehicles entering the market this year. Whilst the details of the car still remain speculative, here’s a rough idea of what you might expect from Kia’s first EV.

  • Models available: 39kWh, 64kWh
  • Charge time: 80% battery in 54 minutes with a 100kW fast charger
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 455km
  • Additional specs: 0-100km in 7.8 seconds

Nissan Leaf

One of the most highly anticipated electric cars to become available in Australia in 2019, the Nissan Leaf is expected to make its grand entrance into the Aussie market towards the end of the year. It’s a five-seat compact hatchback that was first released overseas in 2010.

  • Models available: S, SV Plus, SL Plus
  • Charge time: 20% to 80% in 60 minutes with a CHAdeMO rapid charger
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 270km
  • Additional specs: Auto-dimming rear-view mirror, heated leather seats and steering wheel, seven-speaker Bose Energy Efficient audio

Renault Zoe

In 2018, French manufacturer Renault introduced a completely electric hatchback model to the Australian EV market. It’s roughly the size of a Mazda 2, but double the price. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Models available: INTENS, LIFE
  • Charge time: Full recharge in as little as 3 hours with 22kW
  • Max distance travelled on battery: 300km
  • Additional specs: 7” touchscreen multimedia navigation system, rear parking sensors and camera, 16” alloy wheels.