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The Chevy Volt made its auto-show debut in 2007 as an ultra-modern concept that promised lower emissions and less gasoline usage. When the Volt finally became a production model in 2010, it was toned way down and still used gasoline as a source of energy, though in a limited fashion.
The 2013 model year brings a small number of changes to the volt, including three more miles of all-electric range, a “Hold” drive mode for extra battery range, a body-colored roof and hatch, new Pebble Beige seating color, an upgraded optional audio system, and three new optional packages. This model comes standard with a 149-horsepower electric drive unit and a 16 kWh lithium-ion battery that allows the vehicle to run up to 38 miles on a single charge. A 84-horsepower, 1.4-liter engine kicks on when the battery is depleted to act as a generator for the electric drive unit, which allows for an extra 344 miles of range on a tank of fuel.