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Volt Handling in Snow

Volt traction in the snow is extremely impressive. When driving, it almost feels like there's no snow on the ground. I tried to capture that fact in this short video. This isn't meant to show a major snow storm, but the fact that from what I've seen, the Volt handles better than in these particular conditions than other cars and SUV's I've driven.


 


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Chevrolet Volt takes on the snow
http://www.medvednorth.com/VehicleSearchResults?search=new&make=Chevrolet We tried to make it slide, but apparently the Volt can handle the snow just fine.





Chevy Volt Reviews | Real Customer Review of the Chevy Volt
http://www.peltierchevrolettyler.com Recent 2011 Chevy Volt purchaser John Cobb gives his Chevy Volt Review and comments about his new electric car. Besides the fuel economy of the Chevy Volt John enjoys the quietness of the vehicle and the room the Volt offers to carry things like bikes. John is an avid cyclist and inventor so he appreciates the design and technology in the Chevy Volt. His other car happens to be a Porsche 911 that is the complete opposite of his new Chevy Volt.





Chevrolet Volt Long Distance Trip Review 2
Check out one of the first documented long distance trips in the new Chevrolet Volt. This ten hour trip was from Virginia to Atlanta, Georgia. View the features that the Volt incorporates to switch back and forth from Gas to Electric





Serious NH Snow Plow in Storm
This is the size of all the plows in the northern NH community I grew up in. The storms are just too big and the hills too steep for anything else.





SAM Re-Volt - electric car - fun on snow (3xE - electric cars)
This winter we had a lot of fun with SAM Re-Volt (electric threewheeler) drifting on snow. We sell these cars and it is our showcar (http://www.3xe-electric-cars.com). We convert also normal cars into electric cars (EV).





Tesla Model S - Official Walkthrough HD
Will your next car be an electric one? Join the community on Facebook: http://fb.com/MyNextOne -- A detailed walkthrough through the Tesla Model S. Jump to chapters: - Key and Doors: 00:49, 1 minute - Front Trunk, Trunk, and Seats 01:40, 2 minutes - Charging 03:18, 3 minutes - Steering Wheel 06:50, 3 minutes - Touchscreen Status Bar and Charging Menu 10:07, 2 minutes - Homelink, Profiles and Bluetooth 11:53, 2 minutes - Driver Controls and All Glass Panoramic Roof, Part 1 13:33, 2 minutes - Driver Controls, Part 2 14:05, 2 minutes - Settings 17:32, 2 minutes - Heating and Ventilation 19:00, 1 minute - Introduction to Touchscreen Apps 19:40, 1 minute - Media 20:25, 3 minutes - Navigation 23:38, 2 minutes - Energy, Web, Back-up Camera and Phone 25:10, 2 minutes - Glove Compartment and Manuals 26:30, 1 minute Thanks for watching!





The Chevy Volt - One Family's View of a Plug In Hybrid
This is a video of the new Chevy Volt. I think there is some misconception on who should own a Chevy Volt. We leased a Volt to be part family car and part work car. It is awesome that I am able to drive to and from work without using ANY gasoline. The Chevy Volt will take me anywhere from 32-38 miles without the use of any gas. After that it switches over to gas, but still gets excellent gasoline (33-40mpg). The biggest factor is your personal driving style - in some ways it is pretty fun to find new ways to Boost your mileage. In terms of features, the Volt is loaded with all of the options you would expect in a high-end car. It offers a great stereo, comfortable seats, and a control panel that would make the Star Trek jealous. I will admit, that at first it can be quite overwhelming - and it will take time to learn. A few other notes- - The acceleration is very solid. While the Volt will never be mistaken as a sports car it does have a performance that is comparable to most mid-sized sedans. I am impressed. - The battery in the Volt does take up a fair amount of room, but the Volt can still seat 4. The back seat does not offer much leg room, but it is comparable to most small cars. - Charging - it takes 8 hours on a 110/120 Volt wall outlet, but you can reduce the time by 50% by going to a 240Volt. - The Volt does not have a transmission, which does take some time to get used to. - Warranty - it is safe to say that you are covered for the first 8-10 years. After that - the cost of the batteries will have probably have dropped... but that is only a guess. Final Verdict - The Volt is certainly worth a test drive. While it is more expensive than the Prius - GM does offer some very attractive lease deals, and depending on your commute the Volt is much greener technology (in terms of gas usage). I also think it looks a lot better too!





Chevy Volt vs. Nissan LEAF
There's a lot of controversy comparing the Nissan LEAF to the Chevy Volt, but it all has to do with whether or not the Volt is truly an electric car, or whether it's a hybrid. But let's set their powertrains aside for the moment. John McElroy just got a chance to test drive both cars, back to back, and here's his impression of what the they're like.





Chevy Volt vs Porsche 944 EV
Chevy Volt vs Porsche 944 electric vehicle conversion at the Mason Dixon drag way.





Chevy Volt - 9 Months and 9000 miles with this amazing GM hybrid electric car [Review]
http://www.redferret.net/?p=34759 .The Chevy Volt is charging ahead in the electrifying battle to become the #1 plug in hybrid. OK, so how cheesy an opening is that, but the reality is that for the first time since the horse drawn carriage, gasoline is slowly becoming more of an optional part of the personal transportation equation. At least that's the way it seems right now...gas powered skateboards may change the balance once again if they get popular. But I digress. The Volt isn't the first electric car, nor is it the sportiest (hello Fisker Karma), or the one with furthest range (nice to meet you Tesla Model S), the cheapest, the largest, the shiniest, and it can't make balloon animals. However...it is definitely a landmark vehicle. The Chevy Volt is simply the most practical plug in hybrid ever created, and I am not surprised that it won the European Car of the Year at the Geneva Motor Show this summer (http://www.wired.com/autopia/2012/03/volt-ampera-europe-car-year/). It combines a 35-40 mile electric range with a surprisingly agile internal combustion engine (aka "gas engine"). Of course, electric driving range is just one feature, even a golf cart can stagger a few miles on an electric charge. The Volt however manages to combine plug-in technology and practicality in a fun-to-drive package, and the result is a vehicle which achieves a phenomenal gas mileage while at the same time offering conventional sedan style comfort and style. And what other car comes with not just one, but two smartphone apps to keep you informed and in touch with your vehicle? Most importantly, you don't need to worry about running out of battery charge half way to your destination, as with other electric vehicles. We definitely haven't seen the last of this kind of imaginative and innovative technology. Check out my video review below which bursts quite a number of myth balloons about this brave engineering gamble from General Motors. More at www.redferret.net





Chevrolet Volt First Drive - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/chevrolet/volt/2011-chevrolet-volt/ For a car that's still not for available for sale, it feels like we've been hearing about the Chevrolet Volt for forever. Years worth of rumors, spy photos and technical details piqued our interest in Chevrolet's new electric car. The 2011 Chevy Volt won't go on sale until late 2010 but Kelley Blue Book's Jack Nerad and James Bell recently got a sneak peak of the Volt driving experience. In this video James and Jack drive the Chevrolet Volt, learn more about what to expect from the production model and share their initial impressions.





DRIVE- 2011 Chevrolet Volt
Unless you've been isolated in a yurt distilling organic fuel for your bio-diesel hybrid, it's been tough to miss the hype of the Chevrolet Volt. The extended range electric vehicle is now available in select markets. Tom Voelk takes a look to see if it's worth getting amped up over.





The 2011 Chevy Volt undergoes Cold Weather Testing in Kapuskasing Canada
As seen on http://www.chevroletvoltage.com, the Chevrolet Volt headed up to Kapuskasing, Ontario Canada for some cold weather testing. Unlike other electric vehicles, the Volt is engineered for all seasons and all climates. Watch as Vehicle Chief Engineer Andrew Farah and Pam Fletcher, Global Voltec and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Powertrain Chief Engineer explain more.





2014 Chevy Volt 0-60 MPH & Hot Lap Leader Board Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2014 Chevy Volt is a electric car that can also run on petroleum. But you can own the Volt your entire life and never use a drop of gas. In another accurate, fun and Informative TFLcar review, Nathan and Roman find out just how fast the Checy Volt is from 0-60 MPH and how fast it will do a hot lap on the TFLcar racetrack. Check us out on: Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/tflcar ) Twitter: ( https://www.twitter.com/tflcar ) and now even Truck Videos on YouTube at: The Fast Lane Truck ( http://www.youtube.com/user/tflcar ) and classic cars as well at: TFLClassics ( http://www.youtube.com/user/ClassicsUnleashed )





Non-crushed EV-1 driving around
http://300mpg.org/ Chelsea Sexton drives the EV-1 (on private property) for first time in 15 years.





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