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Debut for Chevrolet Volt in California 2010

in All, Auto
by Dan
January 11, 2010 at 7:04 pm

It seems that today at the Detroit Auto Show 2010 an important announcement was made by Chevrolet staff : they intend to launch Chevrolet Volt on Michigan as the second state market for the car’s limited launch.

It seems that today at the Detroit Auto Show 2010 an important announcement was made by Chevrolet staff : they intend to launch Chevrolet Volt on Michigan as the second state market for the car’s limited launch.

According to manufacturer, Volt, a plug-in hybrid car will be available in certain markets because of the lack of charging modality possible in more states and also the state tax incentives.
Considering CEO Ed Whitacre, General Motors will start deliver several units to public market this year around November while in California it will be launch to certain utility companies in Michigan.

Consequently, General Motors planned to produce up to 10,000 units this year, following to produce up to 60,000 units each year.

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Image source: Automotive News

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