GM has finally unveiled the new Volt, its first electric car since 2010, and it’s got a lot of interesting features.
The company is rolling out a new design that will allow for some pretty drastic changes in the Volt’s design, as well as new features, such as its six-speaker audio system.
The Volt has a new “vibration-absorbing” body, and a new hybrid motor, so it’ll be easier to charge up the car in a pinch.
The new design is also more spacious and quieter, and is also getting a bigger battery.
We also got a look at the new headlights, and they look a lot like those on the Chevy Bolt.
Check out the new photos below.
The next generation Volt will debut at the Detroit Auto Show in late August, and we’ll have a full review up shortly after.
For now, check out our review of the 2016 Volt here.
Chevrolet Volt | New Look and Features The new Volt is an all-electric vehicle that uses all-wheel drive.
It uses the same battery pack as the Volt, but the car has been redesigned to be more efficient.
The biggest change here is the electric motor, which is a new 2.5-liter six-cylinder.
It has a maximum power of 450 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque, and produces up to 200 kilowatts of electric power when combined with the 6-speakers, which are designed to sound like an Audi A8.
The 5-speed dual-clutch transmission uses a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic.
The motor has been modified to provide more torque and better power delivery, so the car is better suited for long-distance driving.
The battery is still a rechargeable lithium ion battery, which will give you a maximum of 1,000 miles per charge.
That’s an improvement over the Volt with a 1,400-mile range, but it means that you’ll be paying $7,500 for the car.
The car’s batteries are still only rated for the Volt as a hybrid, which means that if you’re planning on driving the car at least once in the next few years, you’ll need to make sure that you have enough charge left for that to happen.
The standard Volt will start at $31,500, which includes the standard equipment, like the 12-volt battery, 12-speeds, an eight-speeder audio system, and an optional 10-speed transmission.
The base Volt is starting at $34,500 with the optional 10th gear, and the base version is starting around $40,000.
Chevrolet Bolt | New Looks and Features In addition to the new design, the Bolt is getting a new front fascia.
The hood is also coming in a new, bold color, and Chevy is using black instead of the standard silver.
Chevy has also redesigned the seats, with new black and red accents.
The front seats are now made from a carbon fiber material, while the back seats are a new composite material.
The rear seats have been updated as well, with a new foam padding.
The interior looks more spacious, as the Bolt now has a more spacious trunk, along with a larger cargo area.
The Bolt has also gotten a new interior design, and its dashboard is getting some pretty neat new upgrades, too.
It’s got three LED indicators for speed, road, and highway, along the driver’s side and the driver-side door.
It also now has the new, more ergonomic instrument cluster.
In addition, the driver can now switch between the instrument panel and the steering wheel with the touch of a button.
The cabin is getting an updated design, too, as Chevy is adding more legroom.
The redesigned dash features a new navigation system, a new display for the interior temperature, and more new information for navigation and driving.
Chevy Bolt | More New Features and Design Details The new front and rear fascia will add up to 10 inches to the width of the Volt and 12 inches to its height.
The top of the car will be made from carbon fiber, and will be trimmed with chrome and black.
The roof line will be black, with chrome trim around the edges and the back of the roof.
The center stack will be a carbon-fiber monocoque, with two carbon fiber-reinforced polymer pieces and carbon-rich paint.
The seats will be more comfortable, with more leg room.
The headlights will be glass and aluminum, and both will be removable.
The door panels will have a new glass and black finish, along a black plastic bumper.
Chevrolet also made some changes to the way the Volt is being sold, including the introduction of a price range, which gives buyers more control over how much they spend.
The 2017 Volt will go on sale in September.
The first generation Volt was released in the U.S. in late 2016