GM To Invest $162 Million Into Chevy Volt Production Plant

by , 11/30/10

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The Chevy Volt’s numerous awards have sealed GM’s reputation as a leader in the green auto industry, and the fact that the Volt is an all-American car has made the company even more popular. Of course the car still has its critics, but upon its nationwide release next year, it is expected to be among the most popular green cars in the world.

As Joel Ewanick, VP, U.S. Marketing, General Motors said at the Las Vegas Auto Show, “The Volt’s a transformational technology that will lead our industry into a new age of vehicle electrification.”

+ Chevrolet


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  1. evsplease December 1, 2010 at 6:07 pm

    We need to get off the Oil Industry’s business model: a highly inefficient internal combustion engine and liquid fuel business that dominates our transportation choices. Oil companies are pushing gas/oil, hydrogen, natural gas fuels b/c they own it…we will never be free to have choices for our transportation.

    With GOPs back, the oil agenda will be pushed and we will forever be chained to their high profit business model. I fear the Chevy Volt won’t last a month.

    Let’s ask the President to exercise Eminent Domain over NiMH battery patents.
    These are most powerful traction batteries invented in US that will provide reliable, affordable transportation and alleviate our economic and environmental issues; proven technology past 10 years….
    oops CHEVRON owns patents, guess that won’t be happening any time soon!

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