When people think of the world’s toughest vehicles, an electric car never comes to mind. But rugged British explorer Chris Ramsey is planning to cover 17,000 miles from the South Pole to the North Pole from within. tram.
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Ramsey has been planning his upcoming journey for four years. The route will take him across 14 countries and three continents, with temperatures expected to range from -30 ° C to 28 ° C (-22 ° F to 82 ° F). The trip is estimated to take about 120 days to complete and will save 29 tons of CO2 compared to doing this same trip in a single trip. car with internal combustion engine. If all goes well, Ramsey will take off on Extreme to extreme adventure at the end of 2022.
“Our mission is to demonstrate that electric cars can cope with the toughest environments – from the cold of Poland to the humid forests of South America,” said Ramsey. “This is the ultimate test of range and endurance, and by overcoming these obstacles we want to demonstrate that adopting the electric vehicle is a possibility for everyone, while improving at the same time. awareness of sustainable lifestyles, and conservation projects recycled energy innovation along our route. “
Ramsey isn’t new to the EV lifestyle. In 2017, he and his wife Julie were the first to complete the 10,000km Off-Road Cycling Race by tram. It took them 56 days to drive from UK to Siberia, traversing 20 countries. Ramsey did Guinness Book of World Records for maximum distance traveled on one electronic bicycle in 12 hours by selling 177.81 miles in 2018.
Arctic Trucks is preparing electric expedition vehicles, planning Arctic and Antarctic routes, and providing logistical support.
“We admit that batteryArctic Truck president, Emil Grimsson, said: “The Polar Regions are important to all of us for a variety of reasons and activity there will only increase. This project will provide us with information. We are excited to work together with Chris and his team to support us on this unique and timely adventure. “
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