The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee releases a report and conducts hearings related to concerns about delays in reporting in the Chevy Volt battery fire issue.
Tecca breaks down the differences between three popular green car choices, noting that the one which comes out on top is based upon your needs as a driver.
The NHTSA ends its investigation of potential battery fire issues related to collisions in the Chevy Volt, finding no discernible defect trend exists.
After three fires in test crashes, GM will ask Chevy Volt owners to return the car to dealerships for a fix to protect its battery in the case of a collision.
Green Car Reports takes Matt Drudge to task for what it feels is coverage of the Volt that is monumentally flawed jeremiads that don’t come close to qualifying as journalism.
Green Car Reports goes indepth on the Chevy Volt as it looks back over the past year of ups and downs for the green car that GM is resting part of its future on.
GM’s Australian subsidiary, Holden, says the rebadged Chevy Volt will be available in the country beginning late in 2012.
The American Enterprise Institute’s Kenneth Green, in a new partnership with us, chimes in on the troubles General Motors is having with its Volt.
The Chevy Volt may have one bad safety issue on its hands as the NHTSA looks into potential battery pack fires and GM moves to keep the car’s image positive.
After turning over the keys to her test Volt, one Sierra Club person makes some some calculations about what a switch to a Volt or another plug-in vehicle would mean in terms of her family’s own emissions and oil use.