Volvo tries to help family reach low-CO2 "One Tonne Life"
During this time, the family will drive a Volvo C30 Electric vehicle which will provide the family about 90-to-100 zero-emission miles per eight-hour charge. According to Lennart Stegland, Volvo Cars' Special Vehicles division manager, "The project will give us clear information about what we need to deliver so buyers feel that a battery-powered car is attractive and cost-effective to drive and own."
The Lindells beat out 50 other families who applied for the chance to participate in the project. To learn more about the project and follow the Lindell family's journey, visit the One Tonne Life website.
[Source: One Tonne Life via Plug In Cars]
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