Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year

Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
WARREN, MI - NOVEMBER 16: Members of the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle team gather on stage to pose with the vehicle and its award after it was named Motor Trends Car of the Year at the General Motors Aerodynamics Lab November 16, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. The Volt is an extended range electric vehicle that can run for approximately 40 miles on battery power before a gasoline engine begins generating electricity to power the car. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
WARREN, MI - NOVEMBER 16: Tom Stephens (R), GM Vice Chairman of Global Product Operations, raises the Motor Trend Car of the Year Award as the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle was named Motor Trend Car of the Year at the General Motors Aerodynamics Lab November 16, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. The Volt is an extended range electric vehicle that can run for approximately 40 miles on battery power before a gasoline engine begins generating electricity to power the car. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
WARREN, MI - NOVEMBER 16: The Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle sits in front of GM's giant wind tunnel turbine engine after it was named Motor Trends Car of the Year at the General Motors Aerodynamics Lab November 16, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. The Volt is an extended range electric vehicle that can run for approximately 40 miles on battery power before a gasoline engine begins generating electricity to power the car. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
WARREN, MI - NOVEMBER 16: Tom Stephens (R), GM Vice Chairman of Global Product Operations, raises the Motor Trend Car of the Year Award as the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle was named Motor Trend Car of the Year at the General Motors Aerodynamics Lab November 16, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. The Volt is an extended range electric vehicle that can run for approximately 40 miles on battery power before a gasoline engine begins generating electricity to power the car. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
WARREN, MI - NOVEMBER 16: The Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle sits in front of GM's giant wind tunnel turbine engine after it was named Motor Trends Car of the Year at the General Motors Aerodynamics Lab November 16, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. The Volt is an extended range electric vehicle that can run for approximately 40 miles on battery power before a gasoline engine begins generating electricity to power the car. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
WARREN, MI - NOVEMBER 16: Tom Stephens, GM Vice Chairman of Global Product Operations, points to the Chevy Volt after it was named Motor Trend Car of the Year at the General Motors Aerodynamics Lab November 16, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. The Volt is an extended range electric vehicle that can run for approximately 40 miles on battery power before a gasoline engine begins generating electricity to power the car. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
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Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
WARREN, MI - NOVEMBER 16: The Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle sits in front of GM's giant wind tunnel turbine engine after it was named Motor Trends Car of the Year at the General Motors Aerodynamics Lab November 16, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. The Volt is an extended range electric vehicle that can run for approximately 40 miles on battery power before a gasoline engine begins generating electricity to power the car. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
Chevy Volt Named Motor Trend Car Of The Year
WARREN, MI - NOVEMBER 16: Tom Stephens, GM Vice Chairman of Global Product Operations, raises the Motor Trend Car of the Year Award for the cameras after the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle was named Motor Trend Car of the Year at the General Motors Aerodynamics Lab November 16, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. The Volt is an extended range electric vehicle that can run for approximately 40 miles on battery power before a gasoline engine begins generating electricity to power the car. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
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