Chevy has announced that the all-new 2016 Chevy Volt can travel up to 53 miles in electric mode, which is nearly a 40 percent improvement over the first-generation Volt. The EPA has also certified that the new Volt has a combined rating of 106 MPGe.
Chevy has announced the pricing for the all-new 2016 Chevy Volt, which will start at $33,995 before the available state and federal incentives.
We saw the exterior of the new 2016 Volt last week at CES, but now we have all the details, including its new powertrain that can keep the Volt moving up to 50 miles in electric mode.
It's being reported that General Motors is working on a new electric car with a driving range around 200 miles on a single range. The electric car is expected to be introduced by 2017, but the world will reportedly get a preview of it next week at the Detroit Auto Show.
Even though we're just a week away from the debut of the second-generation 2016 Chevy Volt, GM has given a sneak peek of the new Volt at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Could GM be working on a crossover version of the Volt? Back in 2011 General Motors filed a trademark application for the "Crossvolt" name, but then in November of this year that trademark expired.
Chevrolet has released another teaser of the 2016 Volt ahead of its debut next month at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.
We're only a few weeks away from the debut of the all-new 2016 Chevy Volt, but Chevy is giving the world a sneak peek at its interior with a new video.
It's being reported that the designs of the next-generation Chevrolet Volt, Malibu and Cruze will all borrow styling cues from the Corvette.
We have to wait until January to see the 2016 Volt, but Chevy did reveal part of the Volt's new face at a fan event in LA.
General Motors is going to officially unveil the all-new 2016 Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show in January, but GM has just revealed some details about its new powertrain.
Now we have a closer look at the profile of the 2016 Volt, although its camouflaged.
Chevy hasn't released many details about the new Volt, but did release this teaser photo, which reveals its more stylish tailgate.
The IIHS has released the results of its latest small car crash test in which 12 cars were subjected to the Institute's small overlap front crash test. The test included models like, the Chevy Volt, MINI Countryman, Nissan Leaf, Fiat 500L and the Mazda5.
General Motors has nearly tripled the size of its Global Battery Systems Laboratory in Warren, MI. as it continues to expand its EV lineup.
GM has announced a significant price drop for the 2014 Chevy Volt, which now starts at $34,995 compared to $39,145 for the 2013 model. After the available tax credits the 2014 Volt could start at $27,495.
The sales numbers have been finalized for the first quarter of this year and with that it's now being reported that the Tesla Model S outsold the Chevy Volt in Q1 in North America.
It's being reported that GM is boosting production of its Chevy Volt and Opel Ampera plug-in hybrid models this year by 20 percent to a total 36,000 units.
General Motors estimates that it will have up to 500,000 vehicles on the road with some form of electrification by 2017, according to GM's top product development executive.
General Motors has announced that it is currently testing a new app called EcoHub that will give Chevy Volt drivers the ability to track how much it costs to charge their battery.
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