The auction for the first Chevrolet Volt has come to an end, with the winning bidder putting up $225,000 for what might be a very lucrative investment.
And while its future value might be unknown, what is certain is that the $225,000 isn't going to be wasted with the proceeds going to the Detroit Public Schools Foundation in support of Science, Technology, Math and Engineering.
What do we call eliminating 8 million metric tons of carbon from the air? We call it a start.
Starting today, when you buy a Chevy, you'll be a part of renewable energy, energy efficiency and tree-planting projects in local communities across America. When completed, these new initiatives will reduce our total carbon emissions by up to 8 million metric tons over the next few years.*
As announced by
Chevrolet yesterday, the 2011 Chevrolet Volt is now on it's way to Chevy
dealers, including Courtesy Chevrolet. As a part of that
announcement, at Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly, GM North America President
Mark Reuss announced that the first Chevrolet Volt available for sale
would be auctioned online, with 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit
the Detroit Public Schools Foundation.
Calling it nothing less than a "brilliant idea," the team at Popular Mechanics recently honored the 2011 Chevrolet Volt as one of its "Top Products of 2010."
The key for the prestigious publication? The Volt's innovative powertrain, which delivers up to 50 miles of emissions-free-and anxiety-free-electric driving. It's like this: With other electric vehicles, when you're out juice, you're out of luck. But if the Volt's batteries are depleted, the?
Three days ago, Chevrolet let loose with official details, pictures and even a few videos of the 2011 Camaro Convertible just ahead of the car's official debut at the LA Auto Show. The droptop pony car hasn't been a secret for some time now, but this is our first real look at a standard production model.
Perhaps it's because the concept version debuted nearly four years ago in Detroit or because we…
The way of the world is to go healthy and to enjoy life to the fullest. And this is the same objective that the General Electric Co. (GE) has been constantly endorsing through the years of manufacturing and creating products that makes life easier and more convenient to every people. From the home to the community in general, from aircraft engine to power generation to water treatments, GE has been consistently proving its innovative essence...
Beginning today, owners of 2011 Chevrolet models can access their vehicle information and OnStar services right from their smart phones. The myChevrolet and OnStar MyLink applications, available as free downloads, provide drivers with unprecedented connectivity to their vehicles from their Android or Apple iPhone device.
"This is a great example of how we are focusing on smart technologies that address customers' needs," said Chris Perry, vice president, Chevrolet marketing. "With myChevrolet and Onstar MyLink apps?
GM just announced myChevrolet for owners of 2011 Chevy models. myChevrolet and OnStar MyLink applications are available for free on the Android or Apple iPhone.
Ever lost your car in a mall parking lot? MyChevrolet includes a GPS-enabled map and a feature that lets you add a note or photo with details or where you parked your car. There's a timer, so you can track how much time you have on the parking meter…
With this tool, you can search inventory at any time as you browse our site. Results will remain visible allowing you to click on individual vehicles and alternate between vehicle detail pages. Drag results to the GET YOUR EPRICE pane to quickly request information on vehicles of interest.