If you want a 2013 Chevrolet Volt range-extended electric car, searching the web may not get you much.
Chevy hasn’t yet put details of next year’s Volt model on its website, for instance.
But it did release ordering details to its dealers, and the intrepid sleuths at GM Inside News uncovered them.
While the first model-year 2011 Volt was released as a fully-loaded vehicle for $41,000, the 2012 model came with a lower $39,995 price but a lot less standard equipment.
While we don’t have pricing details on the 2013 Volt yet, we do know that it gives buyers more ability to mix and match options above the base vehicle.
The list below includes both technical changes and details of new options and features, based on our reading of the 22-page ordering document.
Here’s what you need to know about the 2013 Chevrolet Volt:
- The much-requested charge-sustaining