A rush of new models will open up the local market for EVs over the next 12 months
The onslaught of electric cars heading our way is rapidly gathering pace, and a variety of all-new EVs will be seen in Australian showrooms before the end of 2021.
These will be electric vehicles from mainstream and premium brands alike, and some car companies are already taking orders as interest and demand builds up in the marketplace.
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