The 2017 Chevrolet Volt, the latest plug-in hybrid car in the US, will be available in the United States starting next month.
The Chevy Volt is a big step for the company, which first launched the plug-ins in the U.S. in 2015, and it’s likely that the company will release the car in other markets soon.
The company has been planning the launch of its new electric car for quite some time, and the company is now starting to build out the vehicle’s powertrain in earnest.
It’s worth noting that Chevy’s plug-IN hybrid models, including the Bolt EV and the Bolt Plus, will likely come with a range of up to 300 miles on a single charge, which is far longer than the Volt’s range of 100 miles.
In the US and other markets, there will be three variants of the Volt: the base model, a Sport, and a Premier.
The Premier will be a little bit more expensive than the base Volt, but the Volt will also be available with the cheapest battery in the lineup.
Chevy’s premium electric vehicle lineup will be getting a big overhaul with the launch and production of the 2018 Volt, according to a new report from The Verge.
According to the report, the Volt, which starts at $44,000 in the States, will now be available at prices as low as $21,200 in Europe, and as high as $47,200 elsewhere.
The US and Europe will get a big bump in price on top of that, which makes the 2019 Volt the first plug-In Hybrid car to be priced at $49,000.
The report also suggests that Chevrolet will be able to produce more plug-Ins in 2019, as well as introduce new plug-Us and new plug packs.
The 2018 Volt is still not the cheapest plug-Out hybrid car out there, but it’s still an impressive car in its own right.
For those who are looking to save a few bucks, Chevrolet’s plug cars will likely cost a bit more, but they’ll still be a great option if you want a great, plug-n-play electric car.