2016 Chevrolet Volt Preview: 2015 Detroit Auto Show

Eight years ago, at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show, GM unveiled the first concept for what became the Chevrolet Volt range-extended electric car.

It was a ‘moonshot’ for GM at the time. Now it’s time for a second generation Volt. Can it rekindle that excitement in GM’s tech icon?

Learn more about the new 2016 Chevrolet Volt: http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1096237_2016-chevrolet-volt-50-mile-range-41-mpg-five-seats-all-new-photos

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JBML007 says:

Ugly and completely forgettable. Terrible design.

Lance Pickup says:

Are there any photos/videos of the fifth seat without someone sitting in it?  I’ve heard it described as “occasional use” and “uncomfortable”, but I’m wondering if it’s all that different from having to straddle the transmission tunnel on old rear-wheel drive cars.  And in this video you mention there is no headroom–is that statement unique to the middle seat?  I.e. is the middle seat itself higher up?  Otherwise I would think the entire back seat would have that issue.

Dylan Luhowy says:

Great video. Shows all of the key changes. The instrument panel, the charge cord, and you’re actually sitting in the middle seat!

mebeingU2 says:

It looks more main stream than the current Volt. I wonder if a set of golf clubs can fit in the back of this car? They can’t in the current car and that’s disappointing. Overall, it seems like GM did a lot to improve the car.

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