Images are beginning to surface late Sunday night of the next-generation 2016 Chevrolet Volt which was revealed at a private function the night before the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas – and ahead of its official unveiling in Detroit next week.
The photos being tweeted at approximately 10:40 p.m. eastern time are coming ahead of the North American International Auto Show and we grabbed these, and would hope for more clearer shots to follow.
General Motors also showed the Volt to a private group of Volt supporters in Los Angeles last month but these people were made to sign nondisclosure agreements and forbidden to photo the whole car.
The new Volt appears quite recognizable as a Volt. It is known to have a 1.5-liter generator that runs on regular, is more efficient in charge sustaining mode, and the battery offers more range.
So far we’ve seen no inside-the-car shots, specs or more information on the new Volt beyond the poorly lit photos from tweets. We’ll have more info if it comes, but the official tweet said no more info until NAIAS, so we’re not counting on it, but you never know.
After the quick tease of the actual car, GM pulled it back under cover.
All images courtesy #NextGenVolt.