The Chevrolet Volt went on sale late in 2010, and was GM’s first commercially available plug-in hybrid, although the company preferred the term extended range electric vehicle.
Based on the drivetrain and design of the 2007 concept car, the Volt was driven by an electric motor, which can be recharged by mains power and an on-board petrol engine.
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