It's comfortable, practical and -- graded on the curve of five-seat family hatchbacks -- reasonably attractive. Think German-made-dishwasher pretty.
"Absolutely," says Andrew Farah, the Volt's chief engineer. "It's going to work and work better than people realize. . . . I'm proud as hell of this thing."
Do we know what the A and B road icons at the bottom of the screen mean?
Lutz said he believed that the auto industry was near a historic shift away from traditional combustion engines and toward battery-powered vehicles that would be "as momentous as the shift from horses to horsepower."
Chevy VOLT looked actually good, got a rep to admit the mole has an 8 gallon tank giving it 400 mile range between fillups, the production model will have a 6 gallon tank giving it a 300 mile range. That indicates to me they expect 50 miles per gallon, somewhat different than 230 mpg!