The Volt's powertrain is unchanged for 2019, its electric motor with 149 horsepower and 294 pound-feet of torque teaming with a 1.5-liter gas engine.
The Volt's electric driving range remains 53 miles.
A new 7.2-kilowatt charger is now standard on the Volt Premier. It drops 240-volt charging times from 4.5 hours to 2.3.
The new 7.2-kilowatt charger is a $750 option on the base LT model of the Volt.
If you decide to charge the Volt with a standard household wall outlet, it will take about 13 hours.
When combining the battery and gas engine, the 2019 Volt features a total driving range of 420 miles.
Inside, the 2019 Volt gets upgraded with the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system that controls navigation, Bose audio setup, Wi-Fi hotspot and both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
For 2019, the wireless charge pad in the Volt Premier moves from under the center console to the base of the center stack.
The backup camera has also been upgraded to a high-definition unit for 2019.
The 2019 Chevy Volt begins at $34,395, which includes $875 for destination. The Volt Premier trim begins at $38,995.
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