Chevrolet launches website to educate consumers about the Volt EV

It is a fact that people then to be afraid of what they don’t understand, and while most automotive consumers are hesitant to adopt new technologies like battery electric vehicles, the American automaker General Motors has launched a new information based website aimed at familiarizing new car buyers with the upcoming electric Chevrolet Volt. According to GM, "Voltage U provides informative content for consumers who want to know more about the Volt. Information is presented in an easy-to-follow format, offering insight about the Volt’s battery, technology and infrastructure. A key feature of this new resource is a video, which offers a simple explanation to how the Volt works, covering many aspects of this electric vehicle with extended range."

So instead of fearing the demise of the internal combustion engine; sit back, relax and let Chevy do what they are hoping to in order to ease the transition to extended range battery electric vehicles by educating all of us about the upcoming Chevrolet Volt.

Follow the link below to find out more for yourself.

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Source: Chevrolet Volt Age

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4 comments:

  (410) posted on 06.14.2011

hmm. I don’t think that electric cars are reliable. And I don’t get why there’s a growing demand for this production! The look of the car is great but then later on the problem would the charging state of this car. Where to charge?

  (559) posted on 06.14.2011

How I hope that the video is still available! However, I believe that this is not the best model of Chevrolet! There are a lot of better option in the market!

  (534) posted on 01.28.2010

that was an amazing movie, chevy has a good marketing strategy. it educates and promotes well over the market. chevy Volt is on hell of a ride... you can travel further with this baby and for sure it will save you a lot of money.

  (518) posted on 01.28.2010

IMO every car company should release their own websites that can show their new cars or info’s about the their cars. Internet is the way to go in advertising!

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