The Chevy Volt Unplugged Tour is officially over after traveling to 12 cities across the country. Chevy is calling it a success with a total of 6,384 lucky participants spending time behind the wheel. The tour traveled 4,124 miles and made sure to stop in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego, which are part of the initial launch markets.

After driving the Volt in Tacoma, Washington, professional test pilot Normal Howell remarked that "It is very well sorted out... very, very mature in all aspects of vehicle dynamics and driver interface, and I'm very impressed." Chevy created a Driver Scrapbook section on the Volt's website allowing people to share their driving impressions of the Volt at ChevroletVoltAge.com. With only 10,000 Volts slated for 2011, and a pretty favorable EPA rating we don't think there will be many left on dealer lots.

[Source: Chevrolet]

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