The Chevy Volt’s driving range is between 25 and 50 miles solely on its electric power (assuming a full, overnight charging of the battery), although anecdotal evidence has seen it both surpass 50 miles and fall short of twenty (see second link below). The actual range of the electric batteries is dependent on factors like driving style, temperature, and terrain.
After the electric batteries are depleted, the gas engine kicks in and, according to GM’s website, recharges the batteries (GM states that the Volt, unlike the Prius, is powered entirely by the electric motor). With the gas engine engaged, the Volt can drive another 344 miles on a full tank.
The Chevy Volt is an electric car that starts about $33,000. It costs about $1.50 to charge the car for commuting purposes per day. The car can get up to about 100 mph. You can go about 25-50 miles per day on one battery charge. This car is perfect for commuting to work and back, but that is about it.
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