Nissan introduced a zero emission ice cream van. It works on waste batteries!

The Sky to Scoop prototype is based on the Nissan e-NV200 electric van, which has a range of 199.5 km. In him

Recycled lithium-ion batteries from first-generation Nissan electric vehicles have been installed.

In addition to batteries, solar panels are installed on the roof of the van, which allow you to charge the refrigeration equipment located in the back.

Nissan e-NV200 is already available for purchase, and the fate of the Sky to Scoop prototype with zero emissions is unknown - the company has not yet announced plans to begin production of this model of electric vehicles.

Previously Eximus team, a joint projectThe University of Dalarna and Chalmers Technical University, at the Delsbo Electric competition in Sweden, presented probably the most energy efficient vehicle in the world. This is an electric car Eximus IV, which drives on rails, and its electric equivalent is 687 MPGe (0.34 l / 100 km).