2011 Chevrolet Volt Z-Spec Concept

Chevrolet has brought with them a trio of test vehicles for their new Z-Spec line of aftermarket accessories. One of those testers is the concept version of the all-new Volt electric car featuring some of Chevrolet designers’ ideas for a potential line of accessories.

Sure, an electric vehicle isn’t the most ideal car to tune, but that doesn’t mean that the Volt can’t pull off the ground effects kit, the modified rear fascia, the blacked-out trim accents, and the new 19-inch wheels, as well as some exterior graphics. Inside, the Volt gets a sports steering wheel, leather-wrapped Recaro front seats, and racing pedals.

The new Z-Spec line is being showcased on Chevrolet’s trio of small cars; the Volt , the Cruze , and the Spark , but eventually Chevrolet says that the whole lineup will be able to get fully customized using the Z-Spec line.

"Chevrolets have always been vehicles customers love to personalize and Z-Spec could give them more choices than ever," said Chris Perry, vice president of Chevrolet marketing.


The platform and the style seems very ordinary, but I noticed its cool headlights, looks very alive. I also love its wheels even the decency of it.

The 2011 Chevrolet Volt makes its debut as General Motors’ first plug-in gas/electric vehicle.Among the available features are a remote-charging and vehicle-control program that owners can download and run from Blackberry and Apple iPhone cell phones. If you are on a tight budget and looking to save some money on gas then you probably will not Rush out and buy the first few years modelof this car, that is to assume there will be more years then a couple.

I really enjoy the fact that now maybe I’ll see electric cars on the roads

Chevy design will always been so good and classy no matter what..and i agree with Chris,,the Chevy’s is actually my favorite when it comes to customization..

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