Chevy Volt 2011 Finally Revealed!

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Want to know what the latest or the newest car trends today? I have here the 2011 Chevrolet Volt from the GM whom they officially revealed its price to $41,000 (including a $720 destination charge).

The first of a new generation of cars, the Chevy Volt will be an electric car with a gasoline engine onboard to help recharge its batteries. GM claims it offers the environmental benefits of an electric car without the limited range -- but the media hasn’t been able to test most of the company’s claims.

Here is the comparison of a Chevy Volt to the Nissan Leaf. It’s hard to ignore the looming EV vehicle showdown between the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf even though the vehicles are totally different in nature and target market. While the Nissan Leaf is simply a beautifully-packaged electric vehicle with around a 100 mile range, the Chevy Volt takes a different approach by having a somewhat limited 40 mile EV range but an on-board gas-powered generator that will power the electric motor as long as there’s gas in the tank.

The Chevy Volt also called as the Volt an Extended-Range Electric Vehicle, or “an electric car that can create its own electricity.” It isn’t a hybrid, nor is it a purely electric car. Instead, the Chevy Volt is an electric car with a gasoline-powered generator that can kick in to recharge its batteries when they are low.

So if you want to try this amazing car, just asked for more info from the General Motors. GM says it will also be offering the Volt with less features and a lower price point "within a year or two."