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How to Knit an Electric Car

As a true sign that battery electric vehicles are now mainstream in Australia, Australian women’s weekly magazine An article about MG ZS EV was published. This copy came from MG and was overwhelmingly positive (you guessed it).

MG (owned by SAIC) has a well-established and trusted distributor network across Australia and a strong presence through its petrol-powered products. As an ex-British brand in the ex-British colonies, it’s doing very well.

of Australian women’s weekly magazine,simply The Weeklyis an Australian monthly women’s magazine published by Mercury Capital, Sydney. Australia’s best-selling magazine. ” The Weekly has been telling the stories of iconic Australian women for over 80 years since it was started in 1933 by its first and only male editor.

Photo courtesy of Majella Waterworth

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Australian women’s weekly magazine Magazines are always the best place to find the latest news, from royals to successful Australian women, home appliances, recipes, knitting patterns, and now offering advice on electric cars. , my mother trusted that advice and this has been going on,” says the average Brisbane girl I’m lucky to be married to. )

With nearly two million readers each issue, the magazine has demonstrated its power to influence and shape cultures across nations. So excited to see his EV coverage on his AWW this month. Not only will this reach many women, it will also be read by many men.

MG was Australia’s second best-selling EV brand until the recent introduction of the BYD Atto 3.

By 2022, the penetration of EV sales in Australia will average from 2% to around 4%, reaching around 10% in the last few months of the year. 2023 promises to be an even bigger year with massive arrivals of cars from Europe and China. Australians are looking forward to imports from the US, especially the Ford F-150 Lightning and Mustang his Mach E. No word yet on when GM will resume importing the Volt.

Some of my readers have complained about Australia’s reliance on Chinese-made cars. The average Chinese worker drinks beer made from Australian barley, and executives eat Australian cheese diluted with Australian wine. China is Australia’s largest trading partner.

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A caged Tesla waiting to be released into the Australian wilderness.

In early January, we hope to bring you news that will give us a clearer picture of the market in 2023, with more EVs sold in Australia in 2022. For non-Australian readers, AWW Patterns for knitting electric cars are not included. This idea appeals to my sense of humor.

 

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