This is somewhat of a load statistic. The volt has both a gas and electric engine. It can run for the first 40 miles on strictly electric power. After that the engine kicks in estimates show that it gets around 50mpg. When those two are put together you get the 230mpg for the average city driver who fully charges the car every night. Technically if you drive the car less than 40 miles a day and fully charge it you would get infinite miles per gallon.
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