You’ll be able to take part in a brand new raffle to win a unique 1965 Tesla-powered convertible VW Bug made by Zelectric, which is about as much as profit the Planetary Society.
The raffle is organized by Omaze, which describes the prize:
The physique belongs to a Bug. The battery belongs to a Tesla. And the keys? They belong to you. You’re the proud new proprietor of a one-of-a-kind Zelectric 1965 Convertible Volkswagen Bug powered by Tesla batteries! This child is really the very best of each worlds. It has the enduring design we all know and love, full with candy upgrades like beautiful pink leather-based heated (sure, heated!) seats, a contemporary black canvas roof, Diamond Again white wall tires, triple chrome plated over-rider bumpers and a brand new Focal and Alpine Bluetooth stereo. However wait… there’s extra. Your cool new journey could seem like it’s straight from the previous — nevertheless it’ll drive like the longer term all because of its electrical motor and Tesla batteries. The one factor it nonetheless wants? You within the driver’s seat. Taxes and delivery prices are coated.
Zelectric is an knowledgeable electrical conversion firm they usually raffled one other of their creations with Omaze earlier than: a beautiful 1958 VW Bug.
This new one is one other distinctive murals based mostly on a 1965 convertible VW Bug:
You’ll be able to buy entries to win the vehicle starting at $14, and there are additionally costlier packages supplying you with further entries.
The earnings from the raffle are going to Invoice Nye’s Planetary Society:
The Planetary Society is the world’s house exploration staff. Cofounded by Carl Sagan and now led by CEO Invoice Nye, the mission of the Society is to empower the world’s residents to advance house science and exploration. To realize this mission, the Society pursues 4 core enterprises: robotic house exploration, human house exploration, planetary protection (from asteroids and comets), and the seek for life. They consider that house is for everybody!
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