NEW YORK – Chevrolet engineers and technicians are driving 20 Volt mules continuously, seeking to accumulate 1 million miles (161 million km) to verify all systems in the extended-range electric vehicle are working according to prediction. The simultaneous, 24/7 testing of the Volt’s potential battery packs is under way at General Motors Corp. research and development facilities in Michigan and Germany. The Volt is GM’s plug-in hybrid car that’s designed to cruise up to 40 miles (64 km) ...

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