Picked up my Model S at Richmond Service Centre on Wednesday 30th September. Really happy with the car, wish I could have shared it with Betty.
HPWC - High Powered Wall Connector.
R&M Menzel installed my HPWC today, just in time before I head off to collect my Model S.
Good to hear that Peter Mac is installing 2 HPWC at the 'Richmond Henty' in Portland. I guess they are hoping to pickup some through traffic from the Great Ocean Road. I've had 2 requests from fellow 'Teslans' for some juice, so maybe he can do some business for overnight stays.
Got word from my Delivery Specialist that my car is in Melbourne and will be ready to pick up next week.
At last ...! So train to Melbourne, leave Portland at 4:30 AM to arrive at Southern Cross station at 9:30 AM. Then on to Cremorne (Richmond) Service Centre to get the car.
This is the current status of Superchargers for the Tesla in Australia. Elon has indicated that the link between Melbourne and Sydney was planned to be completed by the end of 2015 and between Sydney and Brisbane by the end of 2016. There has been no indication of the next route to get Superchargers. There is another Supercharger to go in Gundagai.
A Supercharger can provide up to 270 km of range within 1/2 hour. Time enough to grab a coffee and have a toilet break.
Preparations for the driveway 22/09/15. Contractor arrived 3 days early, now that doesn't happen very often. Notified Gambier Earth Movers, ready for hotmix. Still no movement on installation of my wall charger or the cars' arrival ...
I am guessing my Model S is on the ANL BARWON which left Los Angeles yesterday 21/08 our time. I hope my Tesla contact will let me know Monday if my car is on its way. In the meantime, here is a graphic depiction as it travels to Melbourne, Australia. Of course I could easily have the wrong ship, so I will have to redo this when I know. :)
(Right mouse-click and select 'zoom-in' for a closer look if you like.)
Well it wasn't the ANL BARWON, so now either the CAP CORRIENTES or the CAP PASADO.