Electric racing team
Disrupting the Racing Industry
We are one half of a disruptive and pioneering organisation striving to drive change in technology, sport and sustainability, whilst inspiring and educating current and future generations. Bringing the best of the virtual and physical sporting worlds together to ignite positive change for society and our planet.
About our team
The odyssey 21 electric off-road suv
In order to withstand the harsh conditions, the Extreme E-SUV ODYSSEY 21’s peak 400kw (550hp) output is capable of firing the 1650-kilogram, 2.3-metre wide car from 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds, at gradients of up to 130 percent.
the dream team that makes veloce
A series with equal male and female split, see the primary and reserve drivers that make up the Veloce team.
AlUla, Saudi Arabia
Al Ula is home of the world’s largest continuous sand desert. The terrain is stunning and unforgiving, while the heat and conditions will be intense. In an effort to raise awareness of the environmental consequences of desertification we will be working with Extreme E, the Ba’a Foundation and the Red Sea Turtle Climate Resilience Project. We’ll help conserve endangered turtle species and communicate conservation education and environmental stewardship to the local communities.
Lac rose, Senegal
Sand bars, salt beds, gravel, rocks and undulations will provide the drivers with real challenges, as they navigate the narrow off-road sand tracks between and around Lac Rose and the Atlantic Ocean.
Working with the NGO Oceanium, we will support Extreme E’s programme to plant one million mangroves trees across 60 hectares.
The Arctic ice sheet is melting three times faster than any other part of the planet. We will support Greenland’s plans to fully transition to 100% clean energy sources for the country by working with partners to develop new hydro-power plants for small and isolated settlements.
We will work with The Nature Conservancy and their Forest Reforestation programme to secure 100 hectares of existing forest, while replating 100 hectares of native forest and maintaining over 200 hectares of a cocoa-based agroforestry programme which will provide crops that can be harvested by the locals.
Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
At the end of the world, beneath the Martial Glacier lies Argentina’s most southern town, Ushuaia. With reduced rainfall due to rising temperatures, Ushuaia stands to suffer increased forest fires, putting stress on regional crops in one of the most remote corners of the planet.
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