The Nissan Ariya Pole to Pole has just crossed the equator line in Quito. Started in April 2023, this expedition consists of connecting the two poles by electric vehicle. The Ramsey couple aboard this modified Ariya have already covered 20,000 kilometers.
Chris and Julie Ramsey chart their route to Antarctica. After crossing North and Central America, they are now attacking South America. To cope with variable road conditions, this Nissan Ariya is equipped with a raised suspension, more robust wheels and wider fenders. The model also features the e-4ORCE all-wheel drive system and an 87 kWh battery. Two perfectly original elements that allow the electric model to tackle difficult terrain.
The Nissan Ariya ‘Pole to Pole’ has completed its crossing of the United States
The Nissan Ariya is capable of traveling almost 500 km on a recharge. Thanks to this expedition, the couple hopes “ encourage faster adoption of electric vehicles to combat the climate crisis “. Julie Ramsey specifies that “ it’s an incredible experience. Our Pole to Pole adventure appeals to many people on the road “. The couple claims to have been welcomed by fascinating people throughout their journey. People ” who embrace the hope that the Pole to Pole adventure represents ».
For his part, Chris Ramsey wants “ show the world the great capabilities of electric vehicles “. The Nissan Ariya has generated a lot of interest throughout its journey. He notably made a stop in Portland during a Formula E race. In total, the couple will cover 27,000 kilometers. There is therefore a good part of the road ahead and perhaps not the easiest part.
Like them, Lexie Alford embarked on an adventure aboard the new electric Ford Explorer. It will cross six continents and more than 30 countries.
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