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Want to know more about the cold-weather testing of the Chevrolet Volt that's currently taking place in Kapuskasing, Ontario? If so, come back to AutoblogGreen tonight for a live chat with Andrew Farah and Pam Fletcher from the Volt powertrain team. General Motors is hosting the chat and, if it's like the company's other social media events, the text will be available after the live event in case you miss it when it's happening. Of course, if you want to ask the team if they are wishing for temp
There was one main message hammered home during a conference call on the Voltec plug-in hybrid propulsion system that GM held earlier today: even though the Chevy Volt is not yet finished, GM is getting the second and third generation Voltec systems ready. Sure, the GM representatives reassured us that the company is on track for a late-2010 launch of the Chevy Volt, all of the mentions of the Gen 2 and Gen 3 Voltec systems made it clear that GM is readying some surprises in their various batter
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