The first orders for EREV placed last month. Pricing, specifications and launch timings to be announced before end of July.
GM Holden says the 49 Australian dealers that sell and service General Motors’ Volt extended-range electric car will have to be environmentally accredited. In announcing it has received its first orders for the EREV, to be badged the Holden Volt, the auto maker says the dealers selected include some in rural areas because the Volt’s long-range capability means electric-car ownership no longer is restricted to city dwellers. John Elsworth, GM Holden sales, marketing and ...
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