Protecting the environment is something we all need to take more
responsibility with. Due to that fact as well as high fuel costs, people are
looking for great alternatives when it comes to the vehicles they purchase.
The 2012 Chevy Volt is one that people already have their eye on. This is an
electric vehicle and one that is said to offer a very good range as well.
name for it is the Voltec, but it has a nickname already before
it has even been properly introduced. It is classified as a
luxury coupe and it certainly has an appeal that captures the
attention of anyone in the market for a new vehicle. It is all
the additional features as well as the positive environmental
impact it has that will make it a huge seller in the near
The technology involved
with the 2012 Chevy Volt is different than what you find with
other hybrids on the market. They are all designed to use the
battery for low speeds and then the fuel for higher speeds. With
the Chevy Volt though the batter will be used first until it is
completely drained. It won’t matter what speed it the vehicle is
being driven at.
2012 Chevy Volt
MSRP & Release Date for
the 2012 Chevy Volt is expected in late 2011
A great deal of time and effort went into the overall design of
the 2012 Chevy Volt. The very best that technology has to offer
is why it is going to be successful in the area of aerodynamics.
It also is designed to automatically turn to the fuel reserves
when the electricity in the batter pack has been depleted. The
battery packs are very advanced so you can be certain this
vehicle is going to provide you with plenty of value. It will
take from 3 to 6 hours to recharge the battery after it has been
run down. The charge time will depend on if you have the 110
volt or the 220 volt power pack.
It's estimated that the Volt will get approzimately 344
miles on a single tank of gas if you drive it out of the
50 mile electric range. The plug to recharge the 2012
Chevy Volt is slated be a common household plug. Gas or
E85 will be used to extend the distance for longer
range is 40 miles before the battery will run out of power. This
means it will cost the driver about $.80 to drive the first 40
miles. When fuel is to be used, it is estimated that 400 miles
can be driven on a single tank. That averages out to about 50
mpg which is higher than other Chevy models and most other
vehicles out there.
The price is still being determined for the 2012 Chevy Volt.
However, it is anticipated to start out at around $32,780. That
isn’t too much more than a regular CUV or sports coupe these
days. At the same time you will be saving a great deal of money
on fuel costs. You can also feel good that you will be
protecting the environment at the same time. GM does have a list
started of those interested in buying the 2012 Chevy Volt when
it is ready. Contact your local dealership if you are interested
in adding your name to that list or fill out the form below and
we will contact you to answer any questions you may have. Going
green never looked so good!
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