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With the battery topped up - it can be charged in only four hours from a domestic power supply - the Volt has a range of up to 50 miles, more than enough to see the majority of UK drivers through their day.
The new 65,000-SF location is more than twice the size of Volt's former facility, providing greater production capabilities.
He left his Prius in the dealership parking lot and immediately headed out on the highway on a business trip that gave him ample opportunity to road test the plug-in hybrid Volt.
The Chevrolet Volt EV will be put on the market in December with a retail price starting at around $40,000.
Environmental Protection Agency rating on the Volt came as GM rolled out a television commercial to thank Americans for its taxpayer bailout, a week after an initial public offering of GM shares.
"The Volt is becoming very real, very fast," Henderson said in an announcement at GM s technical center that was Webcast to the public.
In drafting standards to calculate the published mileage rating for the Volt and other upcoming electric vehicles, US regulators have made assumptions about how much a typical driver would rely on the traditional gas engine.
The design of the Chevrolet Volt production car has evolved from the original concept that was unveiled at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Indeed, the sleek, eco-friendly Volt has garnered over-the-top praise ever since it debuted as a concept car January 2007 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Unlike Toyota's popular Prius hybrid, which primarily relies on its petrol engine backed by an electric drive system, Volt is a plug-in hybrid.
The loss of the neutral wire, for example, can lead the voltage to increase to the 160 to 200 volt range for an extended period of time.
According to calculations by the researchers, their thin films of water froze at field strengths of several million volts per meter.