2018 Chevrolet Volt Specs And News
The new 2018 Chevrolet Volt is down the pike, and here’s what it will bring. 2011 will remain as the year that revolutionized the car game Volt. This is the year he launched the first generation Volt and became a huge commercial success. Since arriving in the showrooms as a 2011 model, the Volt has found its way into many American roads. It looks like Chevrolet was starting.
No major changes should be made in terms of design. Expect the car to continue offering a 5-passenger lift back design. Interestingly, the 2018 Chevrolet Volt design has an advantage over the Toyota Prius Prime, which sacrificed its rear seat center in the name of efficiency when the model was introduced.
Inside the cabin, there are no dramatic changes appear to be in store. The interior of the current car reflects a style in other Chevy models involving a large “floating” touch screen and easy-to-use controls. Last year, it added support for Android and Apple Auto carplay, and owners with compatible data plan can harness the power of the Wi-Fi hotspot. 2018 Chevrolet Volt loses its leather-wrapped steering wheel instead Of a vinyl. Buyers can always buy leather, but will have to pass to comfort package (currently an option of $ 460, which includes electric color exterior mirrors, heated seats and steering wheel). Control guides also show that a Bose audio system with subwoofer speakers 8 is now standard on the LT. However, according to Green Car Reports, a GM spokesman confirmed that in fact, not the case. Stay tuned for updates.
The engine is what makes or breaks an electric vehicle. 2018 Chevrolet Volt 18.4 kilowatt-hour battery stores a lighter than its predecessor, while the capacity simultaneously 20 pounds of 20%. This implies that, at full load, the 2018 Chevrolet Volt can comfortably 53 miles before its fully exhausted battery. This is a 40% increase in the EV range compared to last year’s model. Like its predecessors, the 2018 Chevrolet Volt includes a power train with a range extension of the gasoline generator. The latter is a 1.5 liter injected engine directly powering the electric motors in case the battery is depleted. This effectively increases the range of cruising volts about 420 miles (an improvement over last year’s 380 miles).
GM has not announced an official release date for the 2018 Chevrolet Volt. That said, production is expected to start in July 2017, which likely result in a sale will date in August. Stay tuned for more updates as they become available. 2018 Official prices have not yet been published. For reference, the Chevrolet Volt begins 2018 at $ 34,095 to and reached up to $ 38,445 for the Premier model. Based on GM’s typical pricing strategy, we do not expect a significant price increase for 2018.