The first commercial for the 2016 Chevy Volt is here and you should watch it... especially if you're suffering from insomnia.
Looks like the first two "happy Volt" owner commercials were a success. We assume this because General Motors has now released another half-dozen similar ads for the Chevrolet Volt. Every last one continues the pleasant, peppy vibe that once told us how the plug-in hybrid can save us "a crapload of money."
Conservative pundits may not like the Chevrolet Volt, but GM has found some people who do: Volt owners.
General Motors has launched an advertising campaign touting the safety of the Chevrolet Volt extended-range plug-in electric vehicle, just as its CEO testified to Congress that a recent Volt fire that took place after a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration crash test would never occur under real-world circumstances, Bloomberg has reported.
Is it powered by it electron-filled tank? Or does the Volt's sloshing gasoline provide fuel for propulsion? Well, those of us in the real world know the Chevrolet Volt runs on both energy sources. But people in commercials don't act rationally and so sometimes need a simple education. That's what General Motors is trying to do in its latest plug-in hybrid spot.
Chevy Volt "Anthem" video – Click above to watch video after the jump