First one. http://www.gm-volt.com/2007/11/17/your-questions-answered-by-top-chevy-volt-executives-part-i/ Perhaps GM has more PR damage to repair than other car makers over the EV1, but it is fascinating to see the spread of this new online openness in the development of alt-fuelled vehicles. Of course, Tesla is responsible for kick starting this approach. Also, an update on the Volt's battery back: http://www.gm-volt.com/2007/11/16/the-chevy-volts-battery-has-been-born-and-director-denise-gray-tells-us-about-it/ What will be interesting is the extent to which the Roadster's 245 mile range will be seen as "old news" by the time cars like the Volt roll off the production line in 2011(?). Depending what happens to gas prices in the next 2 years, the Volt's 40 mile battery-only range (with minimal AC) could be seen as inadequate by then.