Good question, tyler. Although it is not available for another year or so, the Chevy Volt is their greenest car. It is an “extended-range” electric car. It still has a gas powered motor, but unlike a hybrid, the Volt uses only electric power until the battery is depleted, then it switches to gas power. This way, if you only drive a certain amount or less each day (40 miles), you will only be using electric power and will never burn any gas.
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I’m not sure about the current models, but the upcoming Volt will definitely be the greenest. Scheduled to go into production in November 2010, Volt is a hybrid vehicle with good fuel-efficiency featuring an electric motor that can power the car for the first 40 miles of its trip, after which a second gasoline-powered motor kicks in.
The 2010 Chevy Cobalt Hybrid is the greenest car it makes. It gets the best gas mileage, with a respectable 25 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. It features a 2.2 Liter, four cylinder engine.
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