Electric battery source provides 35 miles of gas-free driving for only $1.50/day charging from a standard plug
1.4L internal combustion engine allows 375 additional miles on a full tank of gas
273 lb.-ft. of low-end torque for a smooth and powerful but quiet ride
Top Safety Pick by the IIHS and 5-Star Overall Vehicle Safety score from the NHTSA
StabiliTrak Electronic Stability
Control System with Traction
Eight standard air bags and high-strength steel reinforced cabin
Automatic Crash Response through
A sporty and modern look with an extremely low coefficient of drag
Designed and testing to be extraordinarily aerodynamic
Goodyear® Assurance® Fuel Max® tires for reduced friction and better mileage
Two interactive LCD color screens with 3 programmable driving modes and constant feedback on energy usage and power flow
Full center console with sporty bucket seats for four
10.6 cubic feet of cargo space
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How It Works
The Chevrolet Volt takes a revolutionary approach to the electric vehicle concept. Instead of solely drawing power from electricity, there are two sources of
energy: (1) A battery that allows you to drive
gas-free for an EPA-estimated 35 miles, and (2) an onboard gas
generator that produces electricity so you can go up to to a total of
375 additional miles on a full tank of gas.
So if you want to drive using only electricity, you can. If you want to
drive using electricity and gas, you can do that too. It's electric when you want it, gas when you need it.
The Volt's battery is a 16kWh lithium-ion battery pack backed by an 8-year/100,000-mile warranty. How do you charge it? Just use the standard 120V charging kit that allows you to plug into a
conventional electrical outlet and fully charge the battery in about 10
hours, depending on climate. Average cost is estimated at only $1.50 a day. Prefer a speedier charging option? Opt for the available 240V charging station that reduces charging time to approximately four hours.
After you're charged up and take the Volt out on the road, the interactive LCD screens on the dashboard keep you posted on the vehicle's performance. You'll see real-time info on energy usage, power flow, efficiency reports, and remaining battery charge. The Volt is also programmed with three driving modes to get you from point A to B in the most efficient manner possible.
Normal mode enables Volt to drive like a conventional car, only more
efficiently. Sport mode gives drivers more aggressive feedback and
heightened response. Mountain mode maintains a power reserve for
climbing long, steep grades.
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Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60616