The Chevy Volt, in less than three years on the road, has hit some significant markers, including more than 500 million total miles driven.
GM drops the price of the Chevy Volt for 2014, shaving up to $5,000 off the price from previous model years as it looks to make the car more competitive.
Where does the Volt fit in today’s eco-confused market? Does its battery-plus-generator powertrain still rank as a world-beating first?
General Motors has decided to offer potential buyers of the Chevrolet Volt as much as $5,000 to incentivise them into making a purchase.
Wireless charging of electric vehicles in the U.S. will become more of a reality for owners of the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt come July.
Some Chevy Volt owners travel 900 miles between fuel-ups and have traveled over 150 millions miles cumulatively, or the distance between Earth to Mars.
With lower prices, Nissan says its Tennessee-made fully electric Leaf sold at a record pace in March, with 2,236 vehicles delivered.
General Motors, according to reports, will be upping 2013′s Chevy Volt extended range electric vehicle production to 36,000 units.
Center for American Progress talks about how sales of fuel efficient vehicles, such as the Chevy Volt, helped GM with amazing sales in 2012.
GM celebrates two years of the Chevy Volt, noting drivers of this vehicle in combination have driven over 100 million miles and learned a few things along the way.