The 2018 Volt offers up to 53 pure electric miles† and up to 420 miles† with a full charge and a full tank of gas. This gives you the peace of mind to go as far as you want. Plus, the athletic design, impressive performance and intelligent driving technology make for a superb driving experience.
-CHARGE IN APPROX. 4.5 HOURS† WITH AVAILABLE 240-VOLT CHARGING UNIT
-CHEVY EXPECTS UP TO 1,100 MILES† RANGE BETWEEN FILL-UPS WITH REGULAR CHARGING
-2018 IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK AWARD WHEN EQUIPPED
WITH AVAILABLE DRIVER CONFIDENCE II PACKAGE
Combining smarts with power, Volt goes from 0 to 60 in 8.4 seconds†. Give credit to its 1.5L direct injected high-efficiency engine and two electric motors. It runs on an electric charge and generates additional energy through a gas-powered generator when the battery runs out —giving you the confidence to go as far as you want. It’s elegant, electric power that’s unstoppable.
Up to 53-mile† battery range
The average daily commute is only about 40 miles round trip. That means Volt offers enough battery range to make it from home to work, with range to spare for errands in between.
Up to 420 miles† of total range with a full charge
Not sure if 53 miles is enough for your daily commute? Volt has a backup plan. If you go over 53 miles, Volt intuitively and seamlessly switches over to use gas as energy to extend your range, giving you the peace of mind to go hundreds of miles further.
1,100 miles† between fill-ups
Chevy expects owners will drive over 1,100 miles† between fill-ups by charging regularly. This means weekly stops at the gas station could be a thing of the past, giving you the confidence to go as far as you want.
There are two electric motors that work together to optimize efficiency and conserve your electric charge. Volt has an onboard gas generator that automatically switches on when your charge is running low. The transition is so seamless and smooth, you won’t feel it at all.
REGEN ON DEMAND
With a simple pull of the paddle on 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.
Want to know where you’re using the most energy or how much charge you have left in the battery? All of that valuable real-time information is housed on the color touch-screen and Driver Information Center behind the steering wheel.