Plug In America Test Drives The Chevy Volt

GM invited Plug In America to test drive a preproduction Chevrolet Volt. In this video, Stefano Paris, Colby Trudeau, and Paul Scott test drive the car while Volt Chief Engineer Tony Posawatz answers questions. Then, Tony answers questions from the whole Plug In America team. For more information on the Chevy Volt, visit For more information on Plug In Vehicles, visit Words & Music by Sarah Spiegel/Eddie Hedges

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