The first Chevy Volt arrives in Australia as a left-hand-drive model that has been adapted for use by a GM Holden engineering team to begin in-country validation and verification. The extended-range electric vehicle is making engineering-evaluation trips to cities including Sydney and Canberra. “The engineering department will use these validation exercises to ensure the electrical infrastructure around the country supports the Volt and that the recharging process is as seamless as ...
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