The world’s longest EV race just wrapped up on Friday, September 20. The “E-mazing Race,” which lasted from September 3 to September 20, started in Seattle (Washington, US) and ended on Prince Edward Island (Canada). The race utilized Sun Country Highway’s EV Charging Network, which include the fastest Level-two EV chargers available today.
$10,000 in prizes were up for grabs, but I’m yet to see any announcement on who won these prizes.
Notably, the Sun Country Highway EV Charging Network was built without any governmental assistance. The website for the race notes that the EV charging network “can charge virtually all EVs faster than what they can handle.”
We’ll let you know if we get any more interesting facts or results from the race. And let us know if you have any more info to share! In the meantime, here’s a map of the impressive route taken in the world’s longest EV race:
Image Credits: E-mazing Race
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