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    Fully electric cars keep popping up, from startups and legacy automakers alike. They are likely the future. But I'm not ready for them, and likely neither are you. Until nationwide infrastructure and car charging technologies allow for both a 300-mile range (typically the range of a kid's...
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    GM isn't interested in producing half-baked hybrids anymore and wants to focus on pure EVs instead, according to its President, Mark Reuss. Reuss reportedly told investors last Friday that it's all or nothing when it comes to electrification, casting doubt on a Volt followup. "Hybrids are just...
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    Nearly half of the employees at GM's Brownstown Battery Assembly plant in Michigan are being laid off, according to a report from Reuters. According to the report, 37 hourly and 13 salaried employees are being laid off at the plant, which employed 77 hourly and 39 salaried employees as of July...
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    General Motors has confirmed it will reach the threshold for the U.S. federal electric car tax credit this year. By the end of 2018, GM told Green Car Reports on Wednesday it will sell its 200,000th qualifying vehicle, which will trigger the tax credit's sunset period. Come April...
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    To this author's ears, it's a noise that seems to herald the arrival of the spaceships coming to take all of the world's children to a new home in the sun. Chevrolet claims it's supposed to feel more natural and less intrusive. Whatever your take, the new low-speed warning noise is a necessary...
  6. Global Buick News
    American Chevrolet Volt fans have long discussed how the quasi-upscale extended-range EV might have fared with a Buick badge instead of being branded as a bread-and-butter Chevrolet. It appears the Chinese have gone beyond the discussion phase. According to Chinese website Autohome, Shanghai...
  7. Global Chevrolet News
    The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has finally tested the second-generationChevrolet Volt. Although the Chevrolet Volt was redesigned for the 2016 model year, IIHS didn't test it until now as part of a testing program of electric vehicles. The 2017 Chevrolet Volt earned good...
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