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GM responds to Chevy Volt fires

GM found itself in the hot seat after a Volt caught fire three weeks after crash tests, leading the NHTSA to question all EV makers about battery safety.

By November 11, 2011


Sell 10,000 Volts? Uh...OK, boss

Automotive News reports on Chevrolet's sales plans for the Volt plug-in hybrid.

By November 10, 2011


GM: No Volt variations before 2015

Automotive News reports on GM's plans to use the Volt series hybrid power train in other models.

By September 30, 2011


Volt's 36-month resale value set at $17,000

Automotive News reports on Kelley Blue Book's estimate of the resale value of the Chevy Volt.

By May 17, 2011


Chevy unleashes 'Volt-age' for 100th birthday

As part of its birthday celebration at the Woodward Dream Cruise car weekend, Chevy invited Volt owners from around the U.S. to parade their wheels down the iconic avenue.

By August 19, 2011


GM, ABB rewire Volt battery for backup power

GM and ABB demonstrate an energy storage system that uses repurposed Chevy Volt batteries for grid storage or backup power for consumers, an effort to draw more value from expensive EV batteries.

By July 20, 2011


Volts, Transit Connects EVs added to NYC vehicle fleet

To reduce air pollution, carbon emissions, and gas consumption, the New York City added 70 electric cars to its vehicle fleet.

By July 15, 2011


Nissan Leaf overshadows Chevy Volt in June sales

Nissan sold 1,708 Leaf all-electric cars last month, while Chevrolet sold 561 Volt hybrids in the U.S.

By July 7, 2011


GM offers lower-priced 2012 Chevy Volt

The automaker launches a model of the plug-in hybrid Volt starting at just under $40,000 as it opens up a nationwide sales push.

By June 10, 2011


Car Tech Live 218: Nissan Leaf sticks it to Chevy Volt (podcast)

Nissan slams the Volt as being a cousin to the leaf blower, a new app keeps an eye out for accidents ahead, and we drive the Mini Cooper S Countryman.

By June 3, 2011