smarter car, smarter home
Volt recharges with a 120-volt portable cord in approximately 13 hours or with a professionally installed 240-volt charging system in approximately 4.5 hours. With our Location-based Charging feature, you can program your home setting to only charge the volt during “off-peak” electricity rates to save you even more on your energy bill.
The Chevrolet Volt offers a spacious 10.6 cubic feet of cargo room, plus the wide hatch opening makes it easy to comfortably load the trunk from all sides.
Regen on Demand:
With a simple pull of the paddle behind your steering wheel, you’re able to slow down without using the actual brake pedal. This helps convert energy into more electricity and then transfers it back to the battery. Of course, you should still use the brake pedal if you need to stop immediately.
Efficiency in engineering
The Chevrolet Volt is powered by two electric motors, working in unison to optimize efficiency and conserve electric charge. This powertrain helps to provide responsive power and torque that you’d expect from a modern electric vehicle. When the battery runs low on electric charge, the gas-powered generator kicks on seamlessly to keep you moving.
The Chevrolet Volt is designed with energy conservation in mind. While you’re out on the road, a paddle on the rear of your steering wheel can be pressed for our Regen on Demand feature. This captures the momentum of the Volt while braking so that you can recharge the battery as you slow down instead of wasting the energy as heat from traditional brakes!
Regen on Demand