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Chevrolet Volt Arrives in China

By Pure Green Cars on 08/31/2010 – 11:30 am PDTLeave a Comment

General Motors announced the arrival of the first drivable Chevrolet Volt extended range electric vehicle in China.

The Chevrolet Volt, which will be sold in the US from the end of this year, will go on sale in Chinese market next year.

GM today delivered two Chevrolet Volts to the Shanghai Expo Bureau for use as part of its VIP transportation fleet at World Expo 2010 Shanghai.

The Volt will shuttle special guests to and from Shanghai’s Expo Park and demonstrate GM’s pathway to its vision of sustainable urban transportation.

The Volt will be available in China with the OnStar in-vehicle safety, security and communication service. Chevrolet and OnStar developed the smartphone application system that will allow Volt owners to set the charge time, start their vehicle, track mileage, unlock doors and much more from a smartphone or home computer on a 24/7 basis.

Tags: , sustainable urban transportation, world expo 2010

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