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My approach has always been "of course I can do it"; then make it happen.
The S has approx 20 hardware changes per week - I expect the 3 would be similar.
It will probably be cheaper to charge from a home unit.
[email protected] - I use them regularly in Brisbane.
Na - 9 December; five years on from the S.
Warwick is on the New England (15) Highway; possibly to connect with the NRMA network.
As a 4yr/100,000km RWD S Owner, I found the 3 LRRWD awesome; drove it from LA to SF return.
The S has luggage capacity over the 3 but the 3 was...
Probably the delivery resources for June/July are dedicated for the 3.
With a little software change, they could use the Model S/X CCS adapter.
When I got my Tesla there weren't any Tesla highway chargers either. Brisbane -> Sydney was at least two days with an overnight at the...
What about the Casino?
Tesla, i3, Ioniq and iPace at Toombul.
Toombul will be overcharged; it already has 3 x Tesla 22kw units and 2 x Type 1 units.
I was told by a Tesla insider late last year that they were working on a CHAdeMO adapter but it wasn't ready yet.
That was probably referring to...
You can probably pay by pay-pal :D
I believe the M3 UMC is different; certainly the CHAdeMO adaptor is different.
Seems to have. We need a Model 3 mobile charging thread as it is quite different to the S and X.
I don't know that there is such a thing; there is one for the S/X but the UMC for the three is different.
I have now just round to buying this (bit slow) and note that, although my car is way outside warranty, there is no waiting time.
Can't find that option in the 3.
There is an option somewhere in the menus to reset the TPMS.
It's still available but there's a waiting period of 90 days.
See ChargeNet NZ – Electric Vehicle Charging Network
The plugs are the same; it's all done in software.
There is no comparison between an Audi and a Tesla.
The Tesla 'glass' roof is opaque to UV and blocks 99% of IR.
I believe the SR is just a software limited SR+.
Steering wheel on the wrong side; wrong charge port; etc.
The most random part of the pricing will be FSD (now $1kUSD) expected to go up considerably.
Amazing - an article on EVs in the everyday press that's readable ( five stars).
Have a look at: Tesla Australia New and Used inventory car prices
Cheaper stamp duty too - I paid about $2k on my 'S' a few years back.
Different charge socket, orange indicators (red in the US). I'm sure there's a heap of that.
The eight year battery warranty is a US requirement - so no option there.
Was it REALLY human?
I've seen a Model 3 up to 123kw on an old SC (back in September).
You don't have to pull up to reboot.
Some form of auto-pilot in the Mack trucks (and the cars) would be the most help.
Isn't that what 'track' mode on the performance is about?
You need to do a bit more research before making such a stupid statement. Look at the research - it's the most safe vehicle ever made...
Do you have pics? What year, battery etc?
Oh dear - I never thought of that; brilliant.
Try a *spirited* run up Mt Nebo.
Towing the caravan around the land of Aus with an EV is simply not practical yet. Hopefully one day...
In relation to Model 3 payment.. How does...
Can't see any reasonable reason for keeping an ICE.
I don't see that an accredited Tesla body shop gives you anything. When mine needed some Aluminum welding the local bloke just rang Tesla for any...
Where did you find a dealer that delivers new Teslas?