The vans will be deployed to AT&T service centers nationally.
Yesterday Forbes published an op-ed piece from GM's former CEO, Bob Lutz defending the Chevy Volt and calling on certain right wing media outlets to focus on telling the truth, rather than concocti
The details of production were fairly limited but with Mr.
This afternoon at 1PM Eastern Time Rob Peterson and Michelle Malcho with Chevrolet Communications, joined with Dough Wernert and Grant Kenny from ChevroletVoltage.com were holding a Facebook web ch
In a politically charged Congressional Hearing held today, the safety of the Chevy Volt, and the integrity of the NHTSA, was called into question by members of the House Committee on Oversight and
On Wednesday this week the House Oversight Committee will take up the question, "Volt Vehicle Fire: What did NHTSA Know and When Did They Know It?" Among the speakers will be NHTSA Administrator D
Of course, this was truly a one-of-a-kind 2013 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Convertible that was on the auction block.
You may have noticed a hyped-up controversy attached to the Chevy Volt, the current round of which is the battery pack fire plus side issues like the amount of federal support behind the Volt.
Good news for General Motors (NYSE: GM) and all EV manufacturers.
In May 2011 a Chevy Volt underwent extreme crash testing by the NHTSA, and three weeks later it caught fire while on a storage lot.
We all know that water and electricity don’t mix very well – that’s why you don’t leave your hairdryer or radio plugged in and sitting where it could fall into bath water turning the bather into a
Security National Automotive Acceptance Co. (SNAAC) recently revealed its Top 10 purchased vehicles for 2011.
Along with bringing about the 60th anniversary of the Chevrolet Corvette, 2013 is also slated to be the final year for the C6 platform generation so it is fitting that the generation that has worke
Think mid-electric hybrid-powered sports model here. The Miray, which means 'future' in Korean, was created to celebrate Chevrolet's centennial anniversary which took place in 2011.
A number of news reports are circulating a claim, credited to CNW Market Research, that "federal investigation of three fires that occurred after Volt crash tests lowered demand for the [Chevy Volt