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Chevrolet Says It Listened To Volt Owners When Designing New Model


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Chevrolet says the new 2016 Volt incorporates many improvements that were suggested by owners of the current generation model.

Second Generation Opel Ampera Rendering Based on New Volt Looks Legit


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Now that the 2016 Chevrolet Volt is no longer a secret, it’s open season for Photoshop manipulators to guess what the Volt’s European brother, the Opel Ampera, will look like.

New Chevy Volt Rendered as Traditional Three-Door Coupe


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So whenever you turn a regular five-door hatch into a three-door, the result ends up looking pretty much the same every time. This new Chevy Volt has undergone the same transformation in PhotoShop and it doesn’t surprise us.

Chevrolet’s New 2016 Volt is More Traditional-Looking, Sleeker


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Even though Chevrolet has changed the Volt’s style quite a bit in its transition from first- to second-gen, it’s still a recognizable shape. It’s the same story inside where you can still tell it’s a Volt, just a newer, rounder, softer one.

2016 Chevrolet Volt Fully Unveiled, Offers 50 Miles of All-Electric Driving Range


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This is it: the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Volt electric car with extended range has been unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show. The second-generation Volt gets new exterior and interior designs, greater efficiency and stronger acceleration, while also offering 50 miles (81 km) of all-electric range.

2016 Chevrolet Volt Gets Early Reveal at CES 2015


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Although the world debut of the 2016 Chevrolet Volt is scheduled for January 12 at the Detroit Auto Show, GM has offered journalists a quick look at the next-generation model during a media event at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Sunday.

GM’s Mark Reuss Teases "New and Improved" 2016 Chevy Volt


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GM’s Global Product Development VP, Mark Reuss, is featured in the latest 2016 Chevy Volt teaser. This time, he is joined by the project’s chief engineer, Andrew Farah, who goes points out some of the areas where the new car is improved.

Chevy Teases 2016 Volt Having Fun in the Snow


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While we're all waiting for the new Volt to drop camo in front of our cameras, the good people of Chevrolet have decided to throw us a bone and show us how the car handles icy roads.

Chevy Previews 2016 Volt's Interior and On-Demand Regenerative Braking


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Only a few weeks prior to the 2016 Volt's world premiere in Detroit, Chevy has shared a video teasing the car's interior and new on-demand regenerative braking system.

2016 Chevrolet Volt Teased Once Again, Gets GPS-Based Charging System


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GM has invited current Chevrolet Volt owners to an event in Hollywood where they were able to take a look at the 2016 model, scheduled to debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.

Next Chevy Volt Gets Bigger 1.5L Engine, Better Batteries [w/Video]


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GM has shared new details on its next-generation Chevrolet Volt that will debut at the Detroit Auto Show in January offering improved performance and increased driving range.

U Spy Another Group of 2016 Chevrolet Volts


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There's an all-new Chevrolet Volt coming our way and the big question is whether GM will get it right the second time around.

GM Talks Camouflage on the New 2016 Chevy Volt 2.0


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Like all business, GM wants to control the information it gives to the public about its future products.

Future Cars: Chevrolet Amped For Next Generation 2016 Volt


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Hyper-milers rejoice! Do you love coasting from stoplight to stoplight, driving sedately as possible and racking up vast mileages between refueling?

2016 Chevy Volt will Appear at 2015 Detroit Auto Show


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General Motors confirmed on Thursday that the 2016 Chevy Volt will be shown off in January at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.

IIHS Crashes Small Cars with Greatly Varying Results


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It goes without saying that, one of today’s cars’ selling points is safety. However, since it’s no longer just about the passive stuff (crumple zones, seatbelts), and the active (sensor-assisted, self-braking, self-steering) end of the spectrum is where it’s at, the concept itself has become far more nuanced.

U Spy: Close to a Dozen 2016 Chevy Volts Spotted in Colorado


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There's an all-new and more wedge-shaped Chevrolet Volt coming our way within the next 18 to 24 months and one of our awesome readers had the opportunity to stumble upon an entire group of camouflaged testers in Colorado, and of course, he quickly pulled out his camera to share the pictures with all of us.

GM Invests $449 Million for Next Generation EVs and Battery Technologies


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General Motors will invest $449 million (€324 million) to upgrade manufacturing processes at Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly and Brownstown Battery Assembly plants, as the company prepares for the next generation of electric vehicles and battery technologies.

Scoop: First Glance at Next Generation 2016 Chevrolet Volt


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We've been hearing a lot about the next generation of GM's Chevrolet Volt lately, but this is the first time we've actually seen a prototype of the extended-range electric car that is rumored to arrive late next year as a 2016 model.

GM Said to Offer Lower-Cost Version of 2016 Chevy Volt with Shorter Driving Range


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The easiest way to get consumers interested in groundbreaking technologies is to offer products that they feel familiar with at affordable prices. When Chevrolet launched the range-extender Volt hybrid, it missed the part about reasonable pricing, as the electric-model that features an internal combustion engine to charge its on-board battery system kicked off at $40,000…after a $7,500 government subsidy. Last summer, GM slashed prices by $5,000 and now we learn that the second-generation model, set to appear in 2015, will start at even lower price point.