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Chevrolet Volt will launch earlier than expected

in All, Auto
by Dan
April 22, 2010 at 3:51 pm

The launch on the U.S. market of the new Chevrolet Volt could take place a month earlier than originally announced deadline. Therefore, the model could be available in America since October 2011.

In the first stage, they announced that the model will debut in November 2011, but its market launch could take place during an event at the GM factory in Fairfax.

Ed Whitacre, the head of the board of General Motors, motivates the changed date of launching by its “rapid progress of those of GM and the new working rhythm in the company that he runs”.

GM pointed out that the model will debut in California, Michigan and Washington, a sign that the launch from Fairfax is just a model presentation in front of the press, coupled by the announcement of the Volt’s launch price.

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