GM has just unveiled the Chevrolet Volt off-ramp, which it says will make it the world’s first “low-volume, electrically-powered” off–road vehicle.
The Volt is designed to make a big difference in the automotive industry, and GM says the off-the-grid electric vehicle will be a major hit with buyers.
But it will need a lot of help.
Here’s what to know about the Volt.
The car’s motor isn’t the most powerful, but it has a good range and a top speed of just over 60 mph, which is about a third of the average for an off-highway vehicle.
It also has a rechargeable battery that can go as high as 80 percent of its battery’s capacity.
The battery’s charge rate, on average, is a little over 7 hours.
The engine is a 5.2-liter, six-cylinder V-8 engine that makes around 600 horsepower and 1,200 lb-ft of torque.
That’s the same output of the 3.8-liter V-6 engine in the Chevrolet Traverse.
The off-ride range is only about 300 miles, and there are no plans to increase that number.
GM says it will also offer a fully electric version with a much more powerful motor.
GM has yet to confirm whether the Volt will be offered as a fully-electric vehicle, though it has said that it will start offering a “full-electric” version in the second half of 2018.
But for now, it says it is the first of its kind to offer a range that is “not limited by the need for off-street driving or a truck” — something that is also important for offroad applications.
It will be the first plug-in electric vehicle to have such a range.
There is no price for the Volt, but we suspect it will be in the $35,000 to $40,000 range.
It’s also a great off-off-road car, with a top-speed of 130 mph.
The vehicle is equipped with two wheels, a four-wheel drive system, four-spoke steering, a range of about 200 miles and a 15-mpg highway rating.
The plug-ins in the Volt are compatible with the Bolt, Bolt EV, Volt Plug-In and Plug-in Hybrid, which means they can all be used in conjunction with the Volt on-road package.
The Chevy Volt is a big departure for GM, which has been heavily criticized for being overly cautious about its marketing tactics in the offroad market.
GM had previously said that the Volt was going to be sold only on-site at its dealerships, and not on the road.
This was a big change, however, because it could potentially create a huge opportunity for plug-inos who are not ready for off road applications yet.
And while it’s not a new concept for off the road cars, GM’s announcement was notable for its size and the fact that it has the capacity to go much farther than it has been able to before.
The Chevrolet Volt, which will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show next month, will cost $45,000 before options.
And the plug-In Hybrid version of the vehicle will cost about $32,000.