2016 Chevy Volt
Chevy's engineers made the new Volt more efficient and more powerful. Here's what they did to pull it off.
General Motors might be willing to share the Volt's powertrain with other automakers, and both sides in such a partnership could reap major financial benefits.
CleanMPG tests the all-electric range of the 2016 Chevrolet Volt, and goes 111.9 actual miles on a single charge.
We take a look at one of the finalists for our 2016 Tech of the Year awards: the 2016 Chevy Volt.
Like the Anthem ad from a few years ago, Chevy's new Elevator commercial takes aim at pure electric vehicles. You know, the kind GM also sells.
A senior member of the gm-volt.com forum gets 30 minutes behind the wheel of a 2016 Chevrolet Volt at GM Canada headquarters in Oshawa.
Chevrolet has released the officials on the 2016 Volt, with the EPA listing the hybrid at 106 MPGe, 42 MPG combined, and with 53 miles of EV range.
Rumors say the 2016 Chevy Volt will come with a 53-mile electric range, 106 MPGe, and 42 miles per gallon. These are all boosts from the first-gen model.
Momentary changes to the spec site for the 2016 Chevrolet Volt suggest that it might get 43 miles per gallon and 106 mpge, rather than the original rating of 41 mpg and 102 mpge. There have been other tweaks, as well.
There are still around 6,000 first-generation Chevy Volts at dealers in the United States, and that means big incentives for buyers.
Disney's next blockbuster, Tomorrowland, hits theaters next week. Thus, Chevy is hard at work promoting its new Volt, which will appear in the film.
Holden will join Opel, Vauxhall and the rest of Europe in losing access to GM's plug-in hybrid Volt after disappointing sales dating back to its 2012 debut.