Crashed Volvo C30 Electric on Display in Detroit (Video)

Volvo is displaying a crashed C30 Electric in its stand at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The C30 Electric has been subjected to a 40mph off-set frontal test, proving that key electric components of the car remain intact.

“We are the first car maker in the world to show what a truly safe electric car looks like after a crash”, says Stefan Jacoby, President & CEO of Volvo Cars.


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