While electric vehicles have experienced a marketplace renaissance in the last decade, hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles have not. Multiple models of EVs (like the Tesla and Nissan Leaf) and plug-in EVs (like the Chevy Volt) are selling in this country and around the world, but there are no commercial consumer FCVs yet. read more
An article by John Voelcker at Green Car Reports claims that of the electric cars (including pluggable hybrids like the Volt) on the market only the Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf, and Tesla Model S are being widely marketed and sold. SomeShow More Summary
A recent trademark filing by GM for the “Chevy Bolt” moniker is worth a moment’s consideration though, especially with the new 2016 Chevy Volt debut soon GM Trademarks Chevy Bolt, But Why? was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
A couple of Via Motors employees decided to have a little fun and see how the two compared on a long commute. They drove 43.3 miles to work, 86.6 miles round trip. While the Volt driver could have plugged in at work, he decided to treat the trip more like it would be at a Chevy Volt vs Toyota Prius (VIDEO) was originally posted on: PlanetSave. Show More Summary
As the title states, a former Chevy Volt owner and Ford Fusion Energi owner has now bought a “fully loaded” BMW i3 REx. He put up a post on the GM-Volt Forum that is sort of a BMW i3 REx review with comparisons to the Volt, and he also gave me permission to share that here. Show More Summary
Move over Chevy Volt, a little brother could possibly be on the way. General Motors filed a trademark application for both 'Chevrolet Bolt' and 'Bolt' earlier this month, specifically for use as automobile names. Trademark filings often...Show More Summary
CHANGE: What we know, and think we know, about the 2016 Chevy Volt.
With the next-gen Chevy Volt due to make an appearance at the Detroit Auto Show early next year, bits and pieces about the new car are making their way into the press. Perhaps most importantly, the new Volt is going to have better "fuel economy and efficiency," according to GM executive vice president Mark Reuss. Show More Summary
Ever wondered what's going on inside the Chevrolet Volt's T-shaped battery pack? Want a closer look at the other main organs of the powertrain?
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Wondering when you'll get to see that fabled (and arguably overdue) Chevy Volt redesign? Five months from now, according to GM. The automaker has confirmed that it will unveil the next version of its extended-range EV (aka serial hybrid) at the North...
It's been a long, strange trip for the Chevy Volt from the time when the now-odd-looking concept version (above) was introduced at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show to today. And now, General Motors announced that the second-generation Chevy Volt will make an appearance at the 2015 Detroit show in January. Show More Summary
Chevrolet has issued the first teaser of its second-generation Volt, seen above, along with an announcement that it will make its global debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in January, as a 2016 model. Our most recent look at the next-gen hybrid came in April, when our spy photographers captured it during testing. Show More Summary
TweetDid I say electric car? I meant to say hybrid car, a not-so-hot Chevy Volt. Click to expand I wouldn’t have the stones to park like this every fucking day. But somebody does!
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (the place that crashes cars into walls for science) recently ran a dozen popular small cars, including the Chevy Volt, Ford C-Max Hybrid, Mini Cooper Countryman, and the Mazda 5, through its “small overlap” front crash test, where only the front corner of the vehicle is involved in a collision. While several of the … [More]
Originally posted on GAS2 In the latest round of IIHS safety tests, the Chevy Volt earned top scores, while the Nissan LEAF was one of the worst performers on the new safety tests. The tale of two plug-in cars continues… The IIHS praised...Show More Summary
Ever since we saw that spy shots of the 2016 Chevy Volt, we've been hungering for more information on the next-gen version of GM's green halo car. It appears we might not have long to wait, at least for an official tease. An inside source...Show More Summary
GM's first car capable of charging your smartphone without a cord will be a Cadillac, not a Chevy Volt. It may have taken awhile, but GM has developed a better wireless charging system supporting multiple standards. GM puts wireless charge pads that might actually work with your phone into new Cadillacs originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….
I've been a student of the Chevy Volt electric-car debacle since the first time I took a stab at figuring out the actual per-unit cost of each car, with the subsidies figured in. The thing launched with a sticker price of $41,000, but direct state and federal subsidies - i.e. Show More Summary