When the 2015 Ford Mustang was introduced with the 2.3L EcoBoost engine, the rest of the performance car world was quick to poke fun at the idea of a 4-cylinder muscle car.
According to Louisville’s WDRB, the finishing touches are being performed on the newly completed Skydome exhibit in the National Corvette Museum.
As of April 2015 Chevy had sold 2,779 Volts during the first 4 months of the year. Last year Chevy sold 18,805 Volts.
Those who read TN’s Tacoma reporting closely knew that Toyota made a small announcement last year that surprised some people.
Personally I have driven by 3 different car fires in the last two years on local roads and none of these fires were EV fires. You might be wondering why I even bring this up?
Not surprisingly, when the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro was introduced this past weekend in Detroit, we only got to meet the 6th gen Camaro coupe and only in LT and SS trim.
The Chevy Bolt is a smaller car with presumably a smaller battery. Pumping that current is not a good idea; Tesla gets away with because of battery size. Sure the Bolt could be designed to throttle back the charge, but then you lose some advantage to the quick charge.
Second issue is battery chemistry. Not all lithium batteries are created equal and they. Tesla uses NCA. The Bolt, if the whispers are to be believed, is supposed to use NCM.
From what I've read NCM degrades faster than NCA.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro ushers in the 6th generation of the fabled GM muscle car and in doing so, General Motors completely rebuilt the Camaro from the ground up.
No other automaker besides Tesla has jumped in to announce a 200 mile BEV. Ford and Chrysler had been non-committal, Toyota and Honda are going hydrogen, and the Europeans believe more on PHEVs, though BMW and Audi may have "concepts" for the future. Even the current BEV market leader, Nissan, hasn't announced anything about its next-generation LEAF or if it will incorporate a 200 mile battery.
Over the next few days, we will bring you every bit of information that you could want to know about the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, but today, we bring you a look at the car at the debut along with the
The new body design of the 2016 Chevy Volt has had mixed reviews with some people claiming on social media that they’ll get a 2015 before they’re gone because they don’t like the new body style. Others, especially those that have seen the new Volt in person seem to like the design very much. And so the debate begins.
Here’s what’s known about configuring the new Volt:
There are two trim levels, the LT and the higher-end “LTZ” (also known as “Premier”). There is a definite demarcation between trim levels, with the entry-level LT missing out on some very nice features.