Chevy Volt Launch Moved Up To October

Today, GM made some bold statements about repaying federal loans, but it also announced it would release the Chevy Volt plug-in electric in October instead of its original December on-sale date.

Not much more information on the Volt was revealed, but the change is certainly significant. It will give GM a head start on the Nissan’s Leaf, which is expected to go on sale in December. Both will be sold in limited quantities in select markets.

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How about a price drop to match the leaf? Will Obama allow it?


Because you know the price of the Volt right? Didn't think so.


Tony Posawatz of GM said it will MSRP at $40k before any rebates. Still over-priced.


Has been and still is speculation. No pricing has been announced yet.

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