GM's really got to get the Chevy Volt to market fast. So fast, they've had to speed up production of T-cell batteries. A lot. Oh, look, they're also playing Yakkety Sax on the plant floor — you know, for inspiration.
A slew of Chevy Volt pre-production engineering units took a test drive near Toledo, Ohio earlier this week. Of course GM PR was also on hand to take a slew of pictures documenting the
engineering exercise. Gallery below.
Carnegie Mellon University Engineering Professor Jeremy Michalek is about to publish a study suggesting the Chevy Volt is "not cost effective in any scenario." Well, that's like... your opinion, man.
Most interest in the 2011 Chevy Volt has until now been directed at the battery and drivetrain. Now GM is looking to work with communities to make sure they're ready with plug-in power.
GM CEO Rick Wagoner has made a slew of announcements surrounding the technology in the 2011 Chevy Volt. Seems yawn-inducing, right? You're wrong.
GM's just sent us two new photos of the production version of the 2011 Chevy Volt. While the first of the two shots doesn't show much more than what we saw when ABC News lifted the skirt last weekend, the second one shows us the big bowtie on the rear end of the new gasoline-electric sled from GM's American…