As if there isn't enough yelling, screaming and drama surrounding the Chevrolet Volt
. This time, though, the conflict will be slightly staged and filmed for our entertainment. At least, that's the plan if General Motors
finds a partner in its quest to bring the Volt to a reality show. Public details are non-existent, but talks have apparently already begun for "a show under development," Reuters
reports. The car will also be promoted digitally when the third Transformer's movie comes out this summer. Money well spent, GM
, because who can forget the impact the Chevy Jolt had in Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen
GM told Reuters it is looking to increase its TV entertainment spending in the coming year, in part because of a, "growing interest in reaching more women." In 2009 and 2010, GM spent an estimated $185 million on sponsorships, down from around $230-250 million in 2006 to 2008.
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