CULTURE Dutchman's 95,000-km electric vehicle journey ends in Sydney

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Dutchman's 95,000-km electric vehicle journey ends in Sydney

Xinhua | Xinhua

12:11, April 08, 2019

This handout photo taken on October 28, 2018 and released on April 7, 2019 from Dutch driver Wiebe Wakker (C-R) shows him on the Stuart Highway in the Northern Territory with his retrofitted station wagon nicknamed "The Blue Bandit" during his round-the-world trip in the electric car. (Photos: AFP)

Dutch driver Wiebe Wakker (C) celebrates after driving his retrofitted station wagon nicknamed "The Blue Bandit" onto a platform to complete a round-an-world trip in an electric car with a backdrop of Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney on April 7, 2019. Wakker drove some 95,000 kilometres across 33 countries in what he said was the world's longest-ever journey by electric car.

This handout photo taken on December 31, 2018 and released on April 7, 2019 from Dutch driver Wiebe Wakker (C-R) shows him at Uluru in the Northern Territory with his retrofitted station wagon nicknamed "The Blue Bandit" during his round-the-world trip in the electric car.

This handout photo taken on July 20, 2018 and released on April 7, 2019 from Dutch driver Wiebe Wakker shows him on Cable Beach in Broome, Western Australia with his retrofitted station wagon nicknamed "The Blue Bandit" during his round-the-world trip in the electric car.

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