Canadian Tire, a retailer and manufacturer in the automotive industry, created an ice truck that is drivable using traditional sculptural techniques. The main aim of this feat was to test the limits of their eliminator battery at subzero temperatures.

Arch2o-Drivable Ice Truck  Canadian Tire (11)

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After freezing the battery to -40°C, it was then used to move 11 thousand pounds of Ice sculpture. Every intricate detail of the vehicle was ice, apart from the engine, battery and chassis.

Arch2o-Drivable Ice Truck  Canadian Tire (1)

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Its driving ability was just as normal, testing it through a suburban street driving a distance of 1 Kilometer.

By Shanaire Blythe

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