0

Here and there readers have been saying the 2016 Volt mimics some of a Honda’s design cues. To be fair, other automakers copy each other to a greater or less degree all the time, so you could say this article is just a floating of one of the latest potential borrowings for your consideration. But […]

+ Read More
0

As Chevrolet formulates marketing plans for the 2016 Volt launching the second half of this year, it has a head start over generation one, but if there ever was a vision of the Volt surpassing Toyota Prius sales, that’s a premise Chevrolet doesn’t even want to entertain. In a half-hour sit-down interview with Steve Majoros, […]

+ Read More
0

Now that General Motors has made its big splash with the 2016 Volt currently on display at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show, questions remain, including what the all-new 50-mile-range plug-in car with gas backup will sell for. When the 2011 Volt was first launched, GM had high costs baked into the advanced vehicle it […]

+ Read More
0

There are dozens of new vehicles at this year’s ongoing North American International Auto Show in Motor City, and as the town gets truer in a sense to its name – “Motor” – spliced among traditional models are several newly revealed electrified models. Despite well-documented inexpensive gasoline these days, a complexity of variables keep alternative […]

+ Read More
0

Today at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show, General Motors is revealing its all-new 2016 Chevrolet Volt in advance of its going on sale after this summer. This is the first plug-in car to undergo a full redesign, and the new second-generation Volt’s 18.4-kwh battery – up from 17.1 kwh –increases electric range from an […]

+ Read More
0

If an anonymous source speaking to the Wall Street Journal is correct, GM may have an extra added bonus alongside the 2016 Volt this Monday – a 200-mile range Chevrolet Bolt EV concept due by 2017. It’s already been reported that GM says it will compete with Tesla’s Model 3 also due reportedly by 2017, […]

+ Read More
0

The 2016 Chevy Volt, the first plug-in car to receive a full redesign, will be revealed Monday in Detroit, and eyes are on General Motors as to how it will manage its new product. A question that will remain even during and after the initial disclosure is how the vehicle will be received this year […]

+ Read More
0

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 […]

+ Read More
0

As the January 12 Detroit revelation of the 2016 Chevrolet Volt draws near, people are wondering whether the first plug-in car to be fully redesigned for a second generation will remain a limited-market niche product. General Motors’ Mark Reuss has twice said in teaser videos Chevrolet will attract customers it never did before with the […]

+ Read More
0

In a teaser within Chevrolet’s latest new Volt teaser video, GM’s Mark Reuss caps off a discussion of improved ride quality with even more relevant info when he looks at the range indicator and exclaims that he sees something “very exciting.” “What do I see here from a range standpoint? says Reuss smiling. “Holy cow!” […]

+ Read More