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 Australian-based global electric vehicle charging company JOLT will in July this year start rolling out a network of free and fast electric vehicle
It has been in the pipeline for sometime, but Skoda has finally joined the ranks of the plug in hybrid fraternity. The PHEV family goes
It features a bespoke audio system tuned by Andrea and Matteo Bocelli.
When the first Porsche Panamera was launched back in 2010, I was certainly not sold on the looks. Its design cues in my view made
PRESS RELEASE Nissan today unveiled its prototype production facility for laminated all-solid-state battery cells, which the company aims to bring to market in 2028. This
PRESS RELEASE Andersen has launched the first home electric vehicle (EV) charger that will match the wall box to the exterior design of its user’s
PRESS RELEASE Toyota New Zealand has taken major steps to prepare itself for an innovative future including the areas of circular economy and environmental innovations
Over the past couple of decades, Czech car brand Skoda has gone from being a relatively rare sight on NZ roads to something we see
PRESS RELEASE Nissan released today a video of the Nissan e-4ORCE Ramen Counter project that demonstrates how the company’s latest vehicle control technology can provide a comfortable
PRESS RELEASE Aston Martin has moved another step forward in its journey to electrification, with an agreement to develop bespoke high performance battery cell technology
PRESS RELEASE Volvo Cars is introducing a range of updates to its entire car line-up, the most prominent of which is an exterior refresh of
New teaser videos and images emerge of the Type 132.
PRESS RELEASE Leading electrification specialist, Equipmake, has launched an all-new, next-generation inverter, which can deliver a step-change in the performance of all electric vehicles. Leveraging