Volvo Cars has spotlighted the important issue of electric car safety in an unusual, but distinctive way. The company is touring the world’s motor shows with a Volvo C30 Electric that has undergone a frontal collision test at 64 km/h (40 mph). "Our tests show it is vital to separate the batteries from the electric car's crumple zones to make it as safe as a conventional car. In Detroit we are the ...
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With the C30, Volvo made its debut in the segment for two-door premium cars. The sporty design, with two doors, four individual seats, and a glass tailgate, gave a young and dynamic group of customers "a Volvo of their own".