Rock and Roll Hall of Famer stops in Sioux Falls, SD to fill up post-fire rebuilt LincVolt.

Even if you don’t like Neil Young’s style of music (if you don’t, you’re crazy), you have to give him credit for determination with his LincVolt project.

After a fire consumed the electric Lincoln Continental, Young and his team rebuilt the vintage car and took a different path this time around. Instead of going fully electric, they decided to drop in an engine that runs on cellulosic ethanol, a biofuel made from organic biomass such as grass or wood.

Check out the video above where Neil calls climate change and ethanol a “slow moving, big story.”

Rock on, Neil.

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