2016 Chevrolet Volt Release Date and Review
The redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Volt Release Date and Review will be unveiled at Detroit Auto Show in the next January. Keeping the cost down is the main reason for redesigning the Volt. Taking $10,000 in cost out of the Volt was the goal for the next model as GM CEO Dan Akerson said. It seems that GM loses money on each one although there is no confirmed numbers on what current Volt costs to build. A second-generation Volt might turn money-spinning sometime during its model cycle if it follows the same model as Toyota did with its Prius hybrid. The price of 2016 Chevrolet Volt Release Date and Review would be $30,000 But GM may well keep it as a premium offering at around $35,000. To bring the price back up it could offer a wider selection of options but with a lower base price.
Owners of the current Volt look forward for the 2016 Chevrolet Volt Release Date and Review to say that it should have a much longer electric range. GM Effectively is keeping with its original 40-mile range although Chevrolet says that the 2016 Volt will have a faintly higher range.
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The 2013 Volt was rated at 38 miles of range and later models which rose from 35 for 2011 model. Better electric range applies to a smaller proportion of car as almost four-fifths of U.S. vehicles run 40 miles a day or less. The 2016 Chevrolet Volt Release Date and Review will cover almost two-thirds of all miles driven to charge battery packs on grid electricity and with the gasoline range extender only used for the remainder 80 percent of all commute miles. GM needs to make its battery pack much less expensive and smaller to get the goal of radically cutting the Volt’s build cost which possibly cannot not be add any range. It keeps the current 40-mile electric range by getting more money.
the new plug-in hybrid of 2016 Chevrolet Volt Release Date and Review is going to be much improved from the current Volt. The new Volt will go on sale in the second half of 2015 and marks the first time GM really make the improvements that its customers want. the Gen 2 is provided with all-new Voltec extended range electric vehicle (EREV) powertrain that offer a little more torque, a little more power, more capability and a little more displacement. It will have 20 percent better acceleration in the low speed range, longer EV-only range, and higher overall efficiency.
The new 2016 Chevrolet Volt Release Date and Review is expected to retain its current model’s shape of a compact five-door hatchback. The best way to cut the energy used is the high vertical tail of the Volt to overcome aerodynamic drag at 30 mph and greater whilst for two generations of Toyota Prius. There’s no central rear seating position on current Volt as it has just four seats. The T-shaped battery pack that is lining down the car’s middle tunnel blocks the way. GM knows some buyers who’d otherwise love to have a Volt consider that missing fifth seat as a deal-breaker. At least some provision for a fifth seating position at a preview event in Los Angeles during November’s auto show has been made from Volt owners.