The Chevrolet developers are being secretive about the true design of the Chevy Volt until its big reveal at the Detroit North American International Auto Show next year, but they’re generous enough to give General Motors fans everywhere a little peek at the Volt in its rather decorative, disguised form.
Last week, General Motors flashed us a preview of the Volt all decked out in its engineered, patterned camouflage by the side of the road. The Volt is a car that’s been around since it was first conceptualized in 2007 and General Motors has been working on building its name ever since. It’s not fully electric, having only a 38 mile range with the latest model before the gasoline engine has to kick in. But, Chevrolet is planning to have a greater range with this model – and a lower cost.
With electric being more and more the name of the game with future car developments, range is the biggest concern and focus of car companies. Whether or not GM plans to expand this car into the full-electric, long range category in the future is yet to be seen.
Though the disguised Chevrolet Volt will still be playing wolf in sheep’s clothing until its January reveal, MY Chevrolet’s team has a lot of interest in just what is hiding under all that camo. Oh well. We’ll have to wait until winter to see just what the Volt has to offer for its 2015 model year!