Cinco Energy’s new ‘Energizer Bunny’ electric vehicle is a real thing
The Cincos energy company has unveiled a new electric vehicle that can deliver electricity and can be charged at home.
Energizers Bunny, as it is called, can be powered by a range of different energy sources, including solar and wind power.
It is being built by CinCo Energy, a joint venture between Spain’s Energión and US utility Cintas.
Cinco said it hopes the new energy-efficient, all-electric vehicle will reduce the company’s carbon footprint.
It is also making a big bet on electric cars in the US.
In 2016, it partnered with Tesla Motors to launch the $5,000 Tesla Model S, a plug-in electric sedan that can go up to 100 miles (161km) on a single charge.
The Model S has become the most successful electric car in the world.
The company expects that figure to double in the next two years.
The CinCO Energy Bunny is not the first electric car to be built by a Spanish firm.
The company, which is owned by energy company Energia, has already produced electric bikes and scooters.