Volvo have unveiled their 3CC concept car at Michelin Challenge Bibendum in Shanghai, China. The car uses pure battery power as the means of locomotion running on lithium-ion cells with...

Volvo have unveiled their 3CC concept car at Michelin Challenge Bibendum in Shanghai, China. The car uses pure battery power as the means of locomotion running on lithium-ion cells with a potential range of 300km, a governed top speed of 135km/h and a 0-100km/h launch time of about 10 seconds.

The 3CC was created, the company says, to encourage drivers of the future to be attracted to, rather than repelled by, electric power under the bonnet. Exhaust emissions are zero but we must not forget about the pollution caused by electrical power plants charging these packs and, eventually, the disposal of them.

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