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Antarctica Got Too Warm for Its Only Electric Vehicle to Operate

03 Feb 2023 | Abstracted from PC Magazine

"The zero-emissions EV...was initially designed to be used in -50°C winter temperatures. But it's summer in Antarctica until March, and the team found the vehicle, named the Venturi Antarctica, requires more cooling mechanisms to function as expected in the -10°C 'heat.'

"...In hotter temperatures, spongey snow hardens on them, generating vibrations...Venturi improved ventilation inside the vehicle's pod-like compartment..."



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