He added that the electric ATV, which was designed to transport waste, would be distributed to villages to “strengthen their village programs” after it enters mass production.The 2.4-meter-long, 1-m-wide 3,500 watt ATV is to be equipped with five 80Ah batteries and be able to achieve speeds of up to 80 kilometers per hour. The vehicle needs about eight hours to fully charge the batteries.Irwan Arditia Jaya, the school’s technology development coordinator, said that the idea to develop the battery-powered ATV came because of the alarming pollution and global warming issues caused by burning fossil fuels.”This electric motor is a part of our efforts to address pollution and global warming problems,” Irwan said. (vny)Topics : The West Nusa Tenggara administration plans to put an electric four-wheeled all-terrain vehicle (ATV), the prototype of which was created by SMKN 1 vocational school students in Lingsar, West Lombok, into mass production to meet local demand for alternative transportation.The testing of the prototype vehicle, which was named the “Lingsar”, took place at West Nusa Tenggara Governor Zulkieflimansyah’s office compound on Tuesday. “The innovation has made us proud. We will further develop the prototype by involving small and medium-sized automotive enterprises, which will be supervised by SMKN 1 Lingsar itself,” Zulkieflimansyah said.