Nissan has taken the ICE out of ice cream, with the invention of an electric ice cream truck with rooftop solar panels and recycled batteries to power its cooler

Posted by on June 21, 2019 10:19 pm
Categories: Electric Vehicles & EV Charging

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As reported by Engadget: “For some, chasing the neighborhood ice cream truck is a favorite summer tradition. But many ice cream trucks have diesel engines, and older models keep those engines running to power the freezers. That means you get a hefty side of CO2 emissions with your cone. Nissan thinks it can change that. To celebrate the UK’s Clean Air Day, Nissan unveiled a zero-emission ice cream van concept, called “Sky to Scoop”…”

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