2016 Chevy Volt Sneak Peek at Consumer Electronics Show

Chevrolet offered a sneak peak of the upcoming 2016 Chevrolet Volt last week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, giving viewers a quick look at the front of the vehicle. Naturally, photos of the 2016 Volt have surfaced online.

GM claims that the 2016 model year Volt will have more range as well as more power than its predecessor, in addition to all of the latest interior tech, such as in-car LTE Internet, keeping you connected on the go.

Chevy Volt Sneak Peek

2015 Chevy Volt

 

The front of the 2016 Volt, which has a sharp, angled face, with crisp lines and details, looks like a lean, mean sports car, and we can’t wait to see more of it. Fortunately, Chevrolet is scheduled to reveal it entirely next month at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Until then, visit us at Wiesner of Huntsville to check out our available models. What did you think of the Chevy Volt sneak peek? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Not Even the Colorado Rockies Can Hide the Reimagined Volt

The 2016 Chevy Volt is on vacation: the next version of the popular electric vehicle has been taking test runs in the Colorado Rockies. This new Volt model will help the brand continue its shift towards producing more electric and ecofriendly vehicles.

Colorado-Rockies

2015 Chevrolet Volt

The test cars spotted in the Colorado Rockies were sporting a bit of camouflage, but not nearly enough to trick us. They were clearly Volts, but we could see that the brand is messing around with different headlight and taillight designs for the production model.

GM Authority says that when test cars make an appearance in Colorado, “it means they are undergoing both high altitude testing and cold weather testing. The thin air high up in the mountains can be hard on engines and EVs such as the Volt can have battery life and electric engine performance dwindled by extremely cold temperatures.”  The new Volt’s all-electric range is anticipated to go from 38 miles to around 50 or 60, thanks to a larger battery and a new design that makes the car more aerodynamic. The Volt will debut in January 2015 at the North American International Auto Show. If you can’t wait for the 2016 model, get your own 2015 Chevy Volt here at Wiesner of Huntsville!