This is it: the 2017 Chevy Volt!

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It's been redesigned, as you can see, but the biggest changes are under the skin.

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The new Volt has lost more than 200 pounds, yet has a bigger battery pack.

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The result? Over 50 miles of pure-EV driving on a charge.

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And, of course, it has a gasoline engine on tap as well.

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The look? Well, it's perhaps a bit safe, but most will say it's a big improvement over the outgoing model.

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