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AddGM to participate in Shanghai EV International Pilot City Partnership

General Motors signed a letter of intent to participate in the Shanghai EV International Pilot City Partnership – a program organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers of China, the Jiading District Shanghai International Automobile City Management Committee Office and Tongji University. Shanghai's Pilot City Partnership will implement the Electric Vehicle Initiatives (pdf) that were jointly proposed by the governments of China and the U.S at the Clean Energy Ministerial Meeting held

AddReport: GM could produce Chevy Volt in South Korea if needed

General Motors could produce the plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volt in South Korea through its local unit, says GM Korea's vice president of vehicle sales, service and marketing, Ankush Arora. According to the Wall Street Journal, Arora spoke at a press briefing late last week and stated:

AddSAE International book details development of Chevrolet Volt

One of the automotive engineering industry's most storied vehicles, the Chevrolet Volt has been the focus of thousands of articles, including hundreds on AutoblogGreen, over the past four-plus years as it moved from a wild-eyed concept to real production vehicle.

AddLeft your Chevrolet Volt on overnight? That's okay

Ever wonder what the result would be if a Chevrolet Volt was left "running" for hours on end? Well, it just so happens that the folks over at the duPont Registry accidentally left their Volt "on" overnight. The result? A sudden blast of air from the vehicle's climate control system when the passenger door was swung open. Since the Volt is nearly silent when it's running on battery power, it can be difficult to audibly detect that the vehicle is on. The folks over the duPont Registry guess

AddVideo: 84-year-old retired oil exec buys a Chevy Volt

84-year-old buys Chevrolet Volt - Click above to watch video after the jump

AddMT: Chevy Volt is a "sweater and gloves commuter car" in the cold

We know from GM's Susan Stevenson that, in cold weather, the Chevy Volt "requires as much energy to heat the interior of a car on a cold day as it does to drive at a constant speed." Because of this, GM spent a lot of time designing the Volt's HVAC system to handle grueling winter weather while minimizing battery drain.

41Report: GM displeased with Volt's low rating from ACEEE

2011 Chevrolet Volt – Click above for high-res image gallery

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