Test Driving The Mitsubishi I Electric VehicleMitsubishi's take on the electric car is not even close to the standards set by the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf.
Local Family Goes To Bat For Chevy VoltThe girls, with father Farris Khan, started a blog called bobbleheadguru, where they promote the electric vehicle
GM Stalls Production Of Chevy VoltGeneral Motors will be halting production of the Chevy Volt for five weeks because of slow sales.
Government Closes Volt Probe, Says Car Is SafeThe government has ended an investigation into why Chevrolet Volt electric cars caught fire following government crash tests.
GM To Add More Steel To Volt To Protect BatteryIt's not a formal "recall" but GM is asking Chevy Volt owners to bring their cars back to their dealer who will add more safety features to the battery compartment.
Chevy Volt Picked As 2011 'Collectible Car Of The Future'From America's new cars and trucks launched in 2011, the Chevrolet Volt will become the most desired by future car collectors, according to a prediction by the Friends of the National Automotive History Collection.
New Tax Credit Brings 750 Jobs To Old Ford Wixom PlantMichigan lawmakers have approved a large tax credit that'll bring new life to the boarded up Ford Wixom plant.
LaHood: Chevy Volt Is Safe Despite Battery FiresTransportation 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.
GM Willing To Buy Back VoltsGeneral Motors will buy Chevrolet Volts back from any owner who is afraid the electric cars will catch fire, the company's CEO said Thursday.
GM Offer Free Loaner Cars To Volt OwnersGeneral Motors says it will offer free loaner cars to Chevy Volt owners if they're concerned about the cars catching fire.
Electric Car Battery Catches Fire After Crash TestA Chevrolet Volt that caught fire three weeks after its lithium-ion battery was damaged in a government crash test has regulators taking a harder look at the safety of electric car batteries, federal officials said Friday.