Antarctica: leveraging technology to protect fragile ecosystems
Venturi, the expert in electric transport, has designed a zero-emission vehicle that can withstand temperatures as low as -50°C.
The Antarctica project is a bold one: providing the scientific community with its own means of transport enabling access and the movement of essential equipment to polar missions.
The project’s origins date back to 2009. On his return from a trip to Antarctica during which he visited 21 polar bases, Prince Albert II set Venturi Automobiles the challenge of developing an electric, non-polluting vehicle designed to cope with the extreme conditions found at the poles.Read more