Adventurer Chris Ramsey and his wife Julie completed a world first by competing against hundreds of other petrol or diesel powered vehicles.
The 10,000 mile journey, which set off from Goodwood Race Course, travelled through Ulan-Ude in Siberia, via Mongolia.
The Mongol Rally is made doubly difficult by the fact that there are no backup or support vehicles allowed.
Chris Ramsey, who raised funds for WWF Scotland, said: “Being the first to complete the Mongol Rally in an electric vehicle has been an incredible experience. Over the past 55 days we’ve driven 10,000 miles across mountains, desert and grassland and our Nissan Leaf has coped with it all.
“I hope our adventure shows Scotland has taken the right decision to be ambitious and aim to phase out fossil fuel vehicles from 2032. I’d like to thank everyone who has helped us raise money to help WWF Scotland continue its important work on climate change.”
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