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

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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.

GM Takes Advice From Customers for Next Generation Volt

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2015 Chevy Volt

General Motors is looking to the experts for advice on the next generation Volt hybrid car—and we are not talking about expert engineers. Instead, the American carmaker is looking to Chevrolet Volt owners for input on what needs to be improved for the extended-range plug-in hybrid, while making a pledge that the 2016 model year Volt will be improved in all meaningful areas.

Based on research gathered on Volt driving habits, General Motors was able to determine that two-thirds of the Volts’ collective miles are driven in electric mode, with 81% of the Volts’ trips being completed solely on electric power. The research has discovered that Volt drivers plug the car in an average of 10 times a week with 60% of Volt customers only using a standard 110 outlet to charge.

With this information, we can guess that there will be some improvements made to the range of the Volt, along with its charging capabilities. GM already released a teaser shot of the 2016 Volt and announced its worldwide debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show next January. Until the plug-in hybrid’s big debut, make sure you check back to Wiesner of Huntsville for more details as they are released.