GM plans to close three North American car factories by the end of 2019, meaning it’s the end of the road for the five sedans in our part of the world.
General Motors may soon cross the 200,000 car limit for the US government’s US$7,500 federal tax credit for plug-in hybrid and fully electric cars.
Although there are no design changes for the 2019 Chevrolet Volt, the car has been given important upgrades inside and underneath.
The 2019 Chevrolet Volt update includes a 7.2kW charging system (standard only on Premier) that cuts 240V charging time to 2.3 hours.
The second-gen Chevrolet Volt will be sold in China as the Buick Velite 5, as Buick is more popular there. See the changes in this side-by-side comparison.
The second-gen Chevrolet Volt has two electric motors for a total 135kW (181hp), a 75kW (101hp) 1.5-liter I4 range extender, and a 18.4kWh battery.
At the 2016 Guangzhou Motor Show GM will debut a Buick Velite concept that will preview a rebadged version of the Chevrolet Volt for the Chinese market.
The second generation Chevrolet Volt will look little like the first-gen car, although the basics of the drivetrain are roughly similar.
The order books for the second gen Chevrolet Volt have been opened for customers living in California. The rest of the country has to wait until the fall.
GM has just announced pricing for the second generation Chevrolet Volt, with the new model around a grand cheaper than old model.