Chevrolet kills the Volt as plug-in hybrids begin their farewell


Plug-in hybrid cars, originally designed to be the transition between conventional cars and their electric successors, are looking more like a dead-end in automotive evolution. Likely, they won’t be missed. The latest line in their epitaph was written by General Motors today (Nov. 26) when the automaker announced it was killing off its Chevrolet Volt.

Another dead end in the attempt to try and ride the wave of future hybrid and electric cars.


  1. Chevrolet kills the Volt because Volt was not a good competitor to Tesla. Why buy a Volt when you can guy Tesla. GM just stick to what you are good at.


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