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
According to several news reports currently circulating CNW Research claims the "federal investigation of three fires that occurred after Volt crash tests lowered demand for the car," which flies i
Last week GM unveiled plans for fixing the identified problem which caused the fire in a crash tested Chevy Volt last summer.
Chevrolet posted its best annual retail sales increase in 35 years, largely thanks to a literal breakthrough in their business model - they have finally learned to build small cars that will not on
The four core General Motors brands combined for a total improvement in December but unfortunately, three of the four brands showed negative growth compared to the same month one year ago.
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In December 2011, the Chevrolet Camaro was once again the bestselling muscle car in America, selling 6,754 units – an increase of 20.3% compared to the last month of 2010.
The Chevy Volt has easily met every crash safety test but the risk of fire was discovered after a Volt had been involved in a hard side-impact/rollover crash test and then left to sit for three wee
In December 2011, the Chevrolet Volt moved 1,529 units while celebrating the first full year of sales.