Chevy Volt Engine Won't Recharge Batteries While Driving; Just A…

Edmunds Inside Line » 9/25/08 10:40am 9/25/08 10:40am is reporting the apparently doesn't use the engine to recharge its batteries while driving, going against what every media outlet — , the buff books and every web site including this one — have reported as fact for the past two years. Confusion apparently stems from a press release issued when the…

Chevy Volt To Get Occasional Power From Cruze's 1.4-Liter Inline…

We all know the story on the 2011 Chevy Volt by now — inline hybrid, electric motors, giant T-shaped lithium ion battery, 40 mile all-EV range, late 2010 debut date and "on-board range extender." Well, we didn't know so much about that last one until now. GM is confirming the same 1.4-liter in-line four-cylinder set… » 7/30/08 10:00am 7/30/08 10:00am

2011 Chevy Volt To Be Priced Under $30,000?

While the 2011 Chevy Volt is proceeding down the path from vaporware to successful range testing to production ready, its price seems to remain stubbornly in the land of the lost. The original goal was to have it on the road for around $30,000, in April, Maximum Bob dropped the bomb saying the price may come in at $48k » 5/22/08 11:20am 5/22/08 11:20am

2011 Chevy Volt Battery Hits 40-Mile Range Target While Wearing Skin Of…

UPDATE: The 2011 Chevy Volt's been officially UN-officially revealed! According to the General's vice-main-man and product czar "Maximum" Bob Lutz, the Chevy Volt's litihum-ion battery is no longer the biggest worry for the Volt program. While a decision hasn't yet been made on an official supplier for what they're… » 5/15/08 10:40am 5/15/08 10:40am