Chevy Volt

Chevy New Volt to Sell for Less Than $30,000

May 10, 2013 / 1 Comment

Have you ever imagined a Chevrolet that would come at sub-$30,000 levels? Such a vehicle could be a reality in the near future. Going by what Dan Akerson, CEO of General Motors, has hinted at, the company has decided to slice $10,000 off the sticker price of the next generation Chevy Volt. Profitability of the company would still not be affected ...

Chevy Volt Tops Satisfaction Survey

December 10, 2012 / No Comments

It was two years ago that the Chevrolet Volt first when on sale. Owners of the car are now happy about the return on their investment. They claim that they have driven more than 100 million all-electric miles since its entry to the market.  GM estimates that the average Chevy Volt owner travels in pure electric mode for more than ...

Chevy Volt Costs $78,000 in China, to Sell in 8 Cities

November 22, 2011 / No Comments

If any of you out there has thought Chevy Volt is too expensive in the US at $39,145, you need to know what it costs in China. GM’s halo car is ready to hit the market of eight cities in China for an asking price of RMB 498,000 (around $78,276). It almost means that you can buy two Chevy Volts in ...

Chevrolet Volt Spearheading New York City’s Green Drive; 50 EVs Added to NYC Fleet

July 14, 2011 / No Comments

It’s a high voltage effort aimed at cutting down on air pollution, carbon emissions and gasoline consumption. As many as 50 Chevy Volts will join the City of New York fleet. With the new addition, the Volt electric cars will be the first electric car to be used by the New York City Police Department. The NYPD  already uses electric scooters ...

516-kW Solar Array at Detroit-Hamtramck for Chevy Volts

May 13, 2011 / No Comments

Chevy Volts have already become a hot topic for discussion as part of the ongoing EV revolution.  The car has again hit headlines as General Motors has announced that they will install a 516-kilowatt solar array at Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant jointly with DTE Energy. As you know, Detroit-Hamtramck is the home of the Chevrolet Volt electric car. The project is aimed ...

Canada Paves Green Path for Chevy Volt

May 6, 2011 / 1 Comment

Finally, Canada joins the green race! Chevrolet Volt electric car will now be available in seven major markets across Canada, including Vancouver. This marks the end of the long wait for the 2012 Chevrolet Volt electric car in the nation. EV Volt with its progressive styling, spirited driving dynamics, revolutionary propulsion system, safety, premium amenities, and user-friendly technologies is sure to ...

Stephen King Just Loves His Chevy Volt

May 5, 2011 / No Comments

Here, we have Stephen King speaking for you. Before you start burning your mind thinking what, let’s tell you the story. Are his characters more horrifying than the rising gasoline price index? Perhaps not! At least some of you might have heard that the King of Horror spends his winters on Casey Key. Coming to the matter, what struck the green ...

2011’s best EV? No Clear Winner Yet!

November 23, 2010 / No Comments

This year has seen the 2011 Chevrolet Volt and the Nissan Leaf vying for top spot as the best EV. Both cars are exceptional products. The Chevy Volt has been chosen as the ‘Car of the Year’ by Motor Trend; has been proclaimed ‘Automobile of the Year’ by Automobile Magazine and has also won the Green Car of the Year title ...

2011 Chevy Volt is the Green Car of the Year

November 19, 2010 / 3 Comments

EV enthusiasts and environmentally conscious consumers will be delighted to hear that the vote is finally in on the Green Car of the Year. And the winner is …………… the 2011 Chevy Volt! The title was accorded to the EV at the Los Angeles Auto Show to prove that despite being in a market that has numerous innovative vehicles and ...

Chevrolet Volt to Begin Selling in California Next Year

December 2, 2009 / No Comments

General Motors have announced that California will be their primary market for the Chevy Volt, when the car is released about a year from now. According to Brent Deware, vice president of global Chevrolet brand in GM, California was chosen because it's the largest car market in the US, and also known for adopting new technologies easily.