The car in the video, which has the title ‘Electric Car, I Want a Car That I Can Actually Ride,’ is one of many that have been sold in Brazil in recent months.
In April, the country’s ministry of transport said it had sold more than 1,200 such vehicles in the first six months of the year, the first such increase since 2016.
Brazil’s state-run transport agency says the average cost for a new electric vehicle is about $1,400, compared with about $2,500 for a conventional vehicle.
The ministry says electric cars are a key way to address emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) from cars and trucks.
The number of electric cars sold in the country in the past year has grown rapidly.
In 2016, there were only about 100,000 electric vehicles in use in the entire country.
The country has also seen a dramatic growth in the use of hydrogen fuel cells.
A hydrogen fuel cell is a type of battery made up of a single cell, rather than two.
In a battery, hydrogen is stored in a mixture of water and electricity, and it can be converted into electricity through an electrolysis process.
According to a 2016 report by the Brazilian National Energy Agency (PNA), the average price for a car in Brazil is about 50,000 reais ($6,100), compared with a global average of about $35,000.
But some experts have criticized the government’s approach to hydrogen fuelcell technology, saying it has failed to deliver on the promises of the technology, such as cleaner air, lower carbon emissions and greater fuel efficiency.