2016 Chevy Volt release date, price, colors, review, specs

Introduced as a concept car at the Detroit Auto Show in 2007, Chevrolet’s Volt has come a long way. It was a leap forward in terms of technology and is famously known as the automobile that brought the focus on electric power as a tool to propel cars.



Having sold a modest number of Volt’s, Chevrolet now comes with a 2nd generation 2016 Chevy Volt that promises to be different yet conceptually similar to its predecessors.

2016 Chevy Volt

2016 Chevy Volt release date

For those wondering when they can get their hands on this electric power machine, credible sources confirm that the redesigned 2016 Chevy Volt should hit the markets in the spring of 2017.

2016 Chevy Volt price

Being a premium offering by the American carmaker, the Volt should begin at a price level of $29,995 for the lowest trim and go till $35,000 for the highest model. Let’s wait and watch to see if our prediction becomes a reality!

2016 Chevy Volt colors

The Chevy Volt comes in a range of interesting colors. Here’s what the company has on offer for the exterior paint:

  • Mosaic Black
  • Silver Ice
  • Summit White
  • Siren Red
  • Iridescent Pearl

And the interior options include:

  • Dark Ash cloth
  • Jet Back cloth
  • Dark Ash leather
  • Jet Black leather

2016 Chevy Volt review

Chevy Volt is able to offer up to 420 miles on full tank and full charge. With fewer stops to affect your driving, the electric car lets you drive on your terms with minimal impact on the environment.

The 2016 Chevy Volt comes in 2 trims, namely LT and the Premier. Both the trims feature impressive 17 inch alloy wheels. With features like heated mirror, front seats, steering wheel, the LT comfort package is a welcome addition for harsh winter months.

The Driver Confidence is an exclusive addition to the Premier Volt. It assists the driver with innovative features like the lane departure warning system, automated parking, auto-dimming rear view, wireless charging, etc.

2016 Chevy Volt specs

Powering the Volt is a pair of electric motors that are able to generate the horse power of 149. After 53 miles, the generator keeps the motor going. With the gas powered generator in use, the electric car is able to achieve 42 mpg. The best part about Volt’s engine is its silence; the car is able to maintain silence even at higher accelerations.

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