What’s it like to ride an EV?

By Simon Walker and Tom TaylorThe new electric car is here, and it’s not just a gimmick to boost sales of the battery-powered vehicles.

The cars themselves, which can travel from Sydney to Melbourne in just two hours, have been touted as a means of providing an affordable way to get from Point Piper to Sydney Airport.

The first of those vehicles will go on sale later this year.

There is, however, another aspect of the new electric vehicles that is worth taking note of: the price.

The Tesla Roadster will start at $100,000, or about AU$2.8 million ($2.7 million).

The Tesla Model S will start in 2017 at about AU $57,000 ($52,000).

That’s a lot cheaper than a $130,000 Ford Falcon XC.

For many, the Model 3 will be the first of the three cars to hit the market, but the $US3,000 price tag will likely put some people off.

It is the Model S and the Model X, not the Tesla Roadsters, that will get the most attention, but there are many more affordable electric vehicles available.

The cost of the Tesla Model 3, for example, is expected to be around AU$3,500 ($3,800), with a range of up to 240km (140 miles).

That’s about half the cost of a Tesla Roadrunner or Tesla Model X and about one-third of the cost that you’ll pay for a Range Rover Evo.

There are several other affordable EVs that are also available, such as the Toyota Prius, Hyundai i30, Nissan Leaf, Renault Zoe, Mitsubishi Lancer, Renault Fina, Honda Civic and more.

The Tesla Roadblasters, however…

There’s a good reason why a few of these cheaper EVs will have higher sticker prices than the Model III: there’s more than enough room in the Tesla range for all the Model Three models to fit.

A Tesla Road Blazer is the smallest of the bunch.

Tesla’s Roadblazer is about as compact as you can get in the new range.

It’s also slightly lighter than the $1,200 range of the Model IV.

If you want to see what that looks like on the road, we’ve included a video of a Model Blazer on the way to Sydney airport.

And here’s what the Roadblaster looks like when it’s at full speed: It’s an electric sedan, but it’s also a little bit smaller than a Model III.

In fact, the Tesla has the largest battery of any new EV, with a capacity of 1,800 kWh.

This is just the range of an electric car.

But the range doesn’t really matter.

What matters is the price, which is what makes the Tesla so expensive.

Electric cars are getting cheaper all the time, so the price of the Road Blasters is a small price to pay for the range.

One of the more interesting things about the Roadster is that the vehicle has three different powertrain options.

It has the 1.5-litre petrol engine, the 1,200-kW lithium-ion battery and the 1GPS (global positioning system) wireless infotainment system.

These three different engines can all be charged by either a range extender or the Tesla charger.

You can also have the car charge your phone by plugging it into the battery, and then charging it by charging the battery itself.

While the Tesla can charge your smartphone, it also has a range Extender option that lets you charge your vehicle from up to 4km (2.4 miles) away.

All of the other options are a bit pricey, but they’re all pretty darn good.

With the range extenders available on the Tesla, the RoadBlasters are still a great option if you want a range that is far better than the range Extenders available with a Prius or Leaf.

On top of that, the range extensions make the Tesla roadster a really, really good choice for commuting and driving around Sydney.

It will give you a good range, but you can always have the Tesla charging your phone.

Now, of course, you could do all of this for a much lower price.

If you bought a Model S or Model X in 2015, for instance, you can upgrade to the Roadsters in 2019 for around AU $80,000.

Of course, if you bought the Tesla in 2015 you could also go for the Model Blasters, but at that price you’re looking at around AU.$70,000 and $100.

What’s your take on the new EV and how will you compare it to other EV models?

Let us know in the comments below.

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