They've only been out in the wild for – at most – ten months, but General Motors is already asking the Chevy Volts to come back to the city where they were made. At next weekend's Woodward Dream Cruise, GM is sponsoring the Chevy Volt Homecoming where Volts will join the Chevrolet Historic Parade and Volt owners will have breakfast with Bob Lutz where he will talk about how the Volt came to be. There will also be a special dinner at the General Motor Heritage Center. We're not sure what's on display there now, but when we visited a few years ago we saw the Electrovair II, a battery-powered 1966 Corvair Monza sedan. Take the photo tour with us again here.

If you're interested in participating, you can sign up over at the Chevy Volt Homecoming website. It's unclear if you can join the party if you haven't bought a Volt but just really, really like the car (and, to be honest, not everyone in the U.S. has had the opportunity to buy a Volt yet), but we think this one might be for owners only.


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