At the Milford Proving Ground, the Chevrolet Volt undergoes a water trough test to measure how well the battery inside the car will be sealed. Watch the vehicle splash through the water and learn how the test engineers measure the results.
From nearly 13,000 entries, three finalists have been selected in the Chevrolet Volt Color-Naming Contest.
What's the difference between an electric vehicle and an electric vehicle with a range extender? This video explains what drivers can expect.
As part of its durability testing, the Chevrolet Volt takes on potholes and the Belgian Blocks at GM's Milford Proving Grounds.
How are vehicle colors chosen? GM designer Chris Webb explains the process on how colors are developed and chosen for each vehicle.
The Chevrolet Volt stopped by the CharityWorks GreenHouse, a carbon-neutral home in McLean, Virginia. Learn how the Volt contributes to an environmenally-friendly lifestyle.
Take a look inside the wind tunnel, where GM engineers are measuring the aerodynamics of the Chevrolet Volt. Watch as Nina Tortosa explains the importance of aerodynamics and how it impacts the vehicle.
During the development of the pre-production Chevrolet Volt, the vehicle undergoes a water test. For eight minutes, 950 gallons of water per minute hit the car from all angles. Check it out and visit www.chevroletvoltage.com to learn more.
After the parts have been stamped and welded together, it's time to assemble the vehicle. Watch as the pre-production Chevrolet Volts come together on the assembly line.
As the pre-production versions of the Chevrolet Volt come together, check out how the body shop molds the body of the car together and how the vehicle gets primed in the paint lab.