Nashville Chevrolet Volt
Nashville Chevrolet Volt
Chevrolet has entered the electric car arena with the Nashville Chevy Volt and have produced an outstanding vehicle that goes head to head with the Prius and Nissan Leaf. Truly a groundbreaking vehicle the Volt can actually be programmed to automatically charge itself when energy rates are lowest helping you save money on electricity. It is unique features like these that make the Nashville Chevrolet Volt stand out from the crowd.
Kelley Blue Book writes, "With its unique Voltec propulsion system that combines a powerful electric motor and an internal-combustion engine/generator, the 2011 Chevrolet Volt establishes a new class of high-efficiency/low-emission production car that overcomes the single most critical real-world shortcoming of pure electric models: Range anxiety." Clearly, the Nashville Chevy Volt is leading the way in the electric car segment.
The Volt is designed with a couple different ideas in mind. Because it is like nothing else on the road, it looks like nothing else on the road. Its lines are precisely angled and the body is adorned with contrasting colors to give the Nashville Chevrolet Volt an aggressive and futuristic appearance. Those strategic design elements have a completely separate function as well. Because the Chevy Volt is an electric vehicle its exterior was designed so that it effortlessly slides through the air. The sharply raked windshield, rounded front fascia, and closed off grille are all elements that make the Volt as aerodynamic as possible. The Nashville Chevy Volt also uses 17 inch lightweight wheels to gain as much mileage as possible.
While the concept of the Volt points to the future, the interior is simply futuristic. The controls are simply laid out and feel as though they are merged with their surroundings. The buttons, controls and knobs are also low profile letting you know they are there, but allowing you to focus on your driving. The Nashville Chevrolet Volt also comes with two LCD screens to display elements such as range to recharge, battery power, and an efficiency gauge.
When it comes to performance the Chevy Volt once again excels. Not only does the lithium-ion battery pack come with an 8 year 100,000 mile warranty but it produces an EPA estimated 35 miles of gas-free driving. This comes at an approximate cost of $1.50 in electricity. The Nashville Chevy Volt is fully charged in about 10 hours and can reach a top speed of around 100 mph.
2011 Chevrolet Volt
The 2011 Nashville Chevy Volt has made an immediate impact in the electric car class. Voted the 2011 North American Car of the Year by automotive journalists, the Volt has also earned honors such as Car of the Year from Green Car Journal and Automobile of the Year from Automobile Magazine. The 2011 Nashville Chevrolet Volt is groundbreaking and leading an automobile revolution.
The exterior of the 2011 Nashville Chevrolet Volt is somewhat of a masterpiece of engineering. From a strictly design point of view, the Volt has an aggressive stance and looks like an authoritative figure with its forward stance and 17 inch wheels. But the design of the Volt also plays a more important role. In order to give you as much range as possible, the 2011 Nashville Chevy Volt is as aerodynamic as possible even utilizing light-weight wheels to gather every extra foot of range. It looks good and it functions even better.
The aerodynamic design leads nicely into outstanding performance. The Volt employs a lithium-ion battery pack for gas-free driving. With a full charge, the 2011 Nashville Chevrolet Volt travels an estimated 35 miles without using a drop of gas. This comes at a cost of around $1.50 per day in energy. When the battery runs out, a quiet gas generator turns on powering your for Volt for well over 300 additional miles. Charging your Volt's battery only takes about 10 hours, but can be charged in as little as four hours with a 240-volt connection. The 2011 Nashville Chevy Volt also offers excellent torque and can reach as high as 100 mph.
2012 Chevrolet Volt
The 2012 Nashville Chevy Volt continues the electric revolution in fine style. In 2012, consumer reviews continue to pour in raving not only about the efficiency and gas-free driving, but also about the comfort and nimble ride the Volt offers.
Designed for good looks as well as supreme aerodynamics the 2012 Nashville Chevrolet Volt truly offers a complete driving experience. On the exterior the black trunk façade, window highlights, and 17 inch wheels make the 2012 Volt stand out on the road. When you enter the cabin, you feel as though you have just travelled into the future. Chevrolet Volt owner Alex Fay says, "One thing I really love about the Volt is the cockpit. You sit in it, and you feel like you just stepped into the future. You've got two really bright screens that give you all sorts of information about your car and your driving."
Drive using only electricity or drive using both electricity and gas. The 2012 Nashville Chevy Volt gives you the power to choose how you drive. The lithium-ion battery can charge in 10 hours when using a standard 120-volt charger. Step up to a 240-volt charger and the Volt can be charged in only four hours. The battery once again provides up to 35 miles of gas-free driving. And once the battery runs out of energy, the gas generator takes over to give you approximately 375 miles more of driving for a total of over 400 miles.
The 2012 Nashville Chevrolet Volt is also unique in that it allows for three modes of driving. Normal driving mode allows you to drive the Volt like a standard automobile, but much more efficiently. Switch to sport mode and get more aggressive feedback and elevated response. Finally, you can drive in mountain mode in which some power is held back for tackling steep inclines.
The 2012 Nashville Chevy Volt continues to improve. And when you learn that the 2012 Volt also carries safety honors it really does become the complete vehicle. It earned a top safety pick by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety and also earned a 5-star overall safety score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The 2012 Nashville Chevrolet Volt is a revolution.