Greenfield, Ind.—Volvo is showing off it's brand new electric car at the Central Indiana plant that produced its battery. The Volvo C-30 was on display at Ener1's Hancock County plant in Greenfield.
The facility manufactures lithium ion batteries, which power the C-30. It's the first plug-in electric car built on a model originally designed for an internal combustion engine. Because it's a Volvo, the company boasts you won't be sacrificing any safety features to go green.