Tesla Model 3 EV Charging
One of the most hotly anticipated EVs on the Australian market, the Model 3 had around 40,000 pre-orders in Australia and NZ alone and it took almost 3 years for them to be delivered.
The Model 3 is also the brand (and car) that has influenced so many people's decision to go electric; and sent other major car manufacturers scrambling to release a competitively priced, ranged and sized EV that will entice Aussie and NZ drivers.
Welcome to the Tesla Model 3.
300 - 500 km
50 - 75kWh
AC & DC
The Model 3 does 0 to 100kms in around 3 seconds, with a range of 500+kms.
Along with a whole lot of sustainable and fun driving, the Model 3 is a game changer on the domestic market...and we're looking forward to hearing your experiences!
Using our national network of professional and qualified electricians, we can organise for your Tesla-supplied HPWC to be installed anywhere - nationally in Australia and New Zealand. But, we also have some other great EVSE charging options for you too.
So, let's have a look at how you get the best out of your Tesla Model 3 with intelligent and solar-aware EV charging options.
What are the pros and cons of charging your Tesla Model 3?
Our team knows that, without a doubt, having the right EV charging equipment at home and in your boot is vital to a positive electric car driving experience.
When you buy a Tesla Model 3, it is supplied with a wall charging station or High Power Wall Connector (HPWC) for home charging and a portable electric car charger or Universal Mobile Connector (UMC) for when you're out and about.
Both your HPWC and UMC arrive in the boot of your Tesla Model 3 when you get it, so there's no real opportunity to install your charging - or get used to the equipment - ahead of time. Plus, there are some pros and cons with the supplied charging equipment:
Takes up to 32 hours for a full charge
No eco-smart or solar-aware function