The Nissan LEAF used to be the best-selling electric car in America, but it’s since been eclipsed by the likes of the Tesla Model 3 and the Model S. But that hasn’t stopped UK-based RJN Motorsport from turning the LEAF into a capable emergency services vehicle called the Re-LEAF. It uses the LEAF’s 62-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery to not just power the car but to deliver emergency electricity via two sockets on the car’s exterior and one in the trunk. The battery can power the average European household for up to six days. It can also deliver much-needed power for tools, appliances, or emergency lighting. What’s more, the rear seats have been swapped out for a pull-out work station and a 32-inch screen for crucial information access. The Re-LEAF also benefits from 2.7 additional inches of ground clearance, BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires, and functional skid plates. It’s not meant for production, but the Re-LEAF is a design study to supplant conventional generators when things go south.