According to Chevy’s website, in certain states it already is and has been available at dealerships. It’s supposed to be available at dealerships in every state by the end of 2011, which is coming soon.
Availability for all commercially produced EVs and plug-in hybrids has been limited due to inadequate charging infrastructure in most states. If you compare this map on the energy.gov website to the one that americalibre provided, you’ll see that they correspond pretty closely. Due to the fact that most charging will occur at home anyway, the reason for the delays in certain states are more cultural psychological than practical. Electric auto makers don’t want to spook consumers in less progressive states by releasing their product too soon.
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