Research & Development
- Chevrolet is hosting Volt owners and their guests for a Volt Silent Cruise on Tuesday, August 11. Owners will meet at the Kingsley Inn in Bloomfield Hills at 6 p.m.
WARREN, Mich. – With officials from the U.S Department of the Interior, National Park Service and Michigan Historic Preservation Office on hand, General Motors today unveiled a 5-foot-tall, 1,200-pound bethel white granite marker of its Technical Center’s selection as a National Historic Landmark.
The National Park Service selected the campus for the honor because it possesses national significance as one of the most important works of famed architect Eero Saarinen.
Attention parents, if you didn’t sign your teens up for the “Mopar Road Ready” sessions the first time, fear not. Mopar® has extended the program just in time for the new school year.
General Motors' redesigned Chevrolet Volt model gets 53 miles of driving range on its battery pack before using any gasoline, a nearly 40% increase from the previous model's 38-mile range.
The second-generation Volt uses an 18.4-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack to travel on battery power first before a gasoline generator kicks in.
The Environmental Protection Administration has certified the range for the 2016 Volt.