Three-tonne replica racing car made of ICE unveiled in London to highlight climate change

Visitors to Tower Bridge in London yesterday (July 21) may have caught sight of a replica racing car made entirely of ice. The three-tonne sculpture, which was based on an Envision Virgin E vehicle, was unveiled to highlight climate change. Visitors were invited to guess the percentage of ice that would melt in a 24-hour period. Envision Virgin Racing claims to be the first carbon-neutral Formula E team and will be competing in the E-Prix this weekend in London.

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