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  • The 2013 Volt shown in Silver Ice Metallic—it’s electric when you want it, gas when you need it.
  • Hold mode lets you use gas on the highway and reserve your battery charge for use in stop-and-go traffic.
  • The 2013 Chevrolet Volt — it’s electric when you want it, gas when you need it.
  • With instant torque and a top speed of 100 mph on the test track, Volt is more car than electric.
  • Volt makes its presence known with LED daytime running lamps and a pedestrian-friendly horn chirp.
  • The 2013 Volt shown in Viridian Joule (extra-cost color).
  • The 2013 Chevrolet Volt shown in Silver Ice Metallic with available 17" polished aluminum wheels.
  • The 2013 Volt shown in Viridian Joule (extra-cost color).
  • The 2013 Chevrolet Volt shown in Silver Ice Metallic with available 17" polished aluminum wheels.
  • The 2013 Volt shown in Viridian Joule (extra-cost color).
  • Enjoy the smooth and seamless acceleration of instant torque.
  • By charging regularly, Volt owners are averaging 900 miles between fill-ups.
  • Design elements like the closed grille help make Volt as aerodynamic as possible.
  • Charging Volt is easy. Plug it into a 120V electrical outlet using the included portable charging unit.
  • The 2013 Chevrolet Volt shown in White Diamond Tricoat (extra-cost color) with available features.
  • The Onstar® RemoteLink mobile app allows you to lock and unlock doors and check your charging status.
  • The 2013 Chevrolet Volt shown in Silver Ice Metallic with available 17" polished aluminum wheels.
  • Volt is electric when you want it and gas when you need it, allowing you get out and explore.
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The 2013 Volt shown in Silver Ice Metallic—it’s electric when you want it, gas when you need it.
  • 1 2 EPA-estimated 38-mile all-electric range based on 98 MPG (electric); 35 city/40 highway (gas). Actual milage may vary.
  • 2 3 Using the portable 120-volt charge cord will take approximately 16 hours at the 8 amp default setting, and can be reduced to 10 hours at the 12 amp setting once the electrical circuit and outlet have been inspected by a qualified electrician. 12 Amps may stress the home’s electrical system, more so than most home electrical appliances. Use the lower charge level until your electrical system and outlet capacity have been inspected by a licensed electrician.
  • 3 4 Available on select iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices. Services vary by phone, vehicle and conditions. Requires active OnStar subscription.