Your definitive guide and source for electric mobility in Aotearoa New Zealand.
EV, BEV, PHEV and all the other abbreviations covered from charging to incentives. Tarmac Life is your guide to knowing what is the best EV for you (if any). All our Electric Car Reviews are written here in New Zealand by driving New Zealand specification cars on New Zealand roads.
PRESS RELEASE “It is no exaggeration to state that Spectre is the most anticipated Rolls-Royce ever. Free from the restrictions connected to the internal combustion
MINI has unveiled the future of the driving pleasure with today’s world premiere of the MINI Concept Aceman, the brand’s first fully-electric crossover model –
New Zealanders have been buying more of the Volvo XC40 compact luxury SUVs than anything else in the segment by a country mile for the
PRESS RELEASE ChargeNet has become New Zealand’s first public electric vehicle charging network to partner with a loyalty programme. Through its exclusive partnership with AA
Launched over 50 years ago and originally with a four-cylinder petrol engine, the Manta A (whose name was derived from the Manta Ray) was a
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PRESS RELEASE The wait is over and pricing for New Zealand’s first electric Ute, the LDV eT60 has been announced. With the pending arrival of
PRESS RELEASE The ubiquitous Toyota Corolla has been at the forefront of automotive innovation since it first appeared in 1966 with a world first debut
The Swedish brand takes another step towards their goal of full electrification by 2030.
PRESS RELEASE Kiwi rally stars Hayden Paddon and John Kennard were delighted to secure first place in the Tour European Rally (TER) Championship category at
PRESS RELEASE Ford opens the first electrified chapter in its legendary Supervan series with the global unveiling of the ultra-high-performance Ford Pro Electric SuperVan at the 2022
PRESS RELEASE The Volkswagen brand is looking into the future and releasing exclusive design sketches of the ID. AERO, the first fully-electric limousine for the