Why Crossing Australia’s Nullarbor Plain in an EV Is No Easy Task

“This week, myself and our Aussie nighttime editor Lewin Day are driving a Kia EV6 across the Australian Outback to push rural EV public charging to the limit. One of our biggest obstacles will be crossing one of the most desolate places on Earth: the Nullarbor Plain. Its name, pronounced null-er-boar, is Latin for no tree, which only scratches at the surface of why life there is tricky—and traveling in an EV, even more so.”

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