General Motors is offering big discounts to boost sales of the Chevrolet Volt, an electric car that struggled to attract buyers until its price began dropping early this year.
GM is going to idle production at its Detroit Hamtramk plant for five weeks, because it has too many Chevy Volts.
General Motors will be halting production of the Chevy Volt for five weeks because of slow sales.
General Motors CEO Dan Akerson defends both the Chevy Volt, and his company’s independence before a congressional committee today.
The government has ended an investigation into why Chevrolet Volt electric cars caught fire following government crash tests.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says the Chevy Volt is safe to drive even though the government is investigating fires caused by damage to the electric car’s battery.
General Motors will buy Chevrolet Volts back from any owner who is afraid the electric cars will catch fire, the company’s CEO said Thursday.
General Motors says it will offer free loaner cars to Chevy Volt owners if they’re concerned about the cars catching fire.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it is investigating the batteries after a series of crash tests.
Chevrolet dealers in all 50 states began taking orders for the 2012 Chevrolet Volt electric car Friday.