WASHINGTON – General Motors Corp.’s plug-in electric-hybrid Chevy Volt production model will make its market debut here and in San Francisco because they are “plug-in-ready communities,” a top executive says. The Volt, which goes on sale late next year, requires an electric infrastructure that will enable early adopters to transition to plug-in vehicles, Ed Peper, GM North America vice president-Chevrolet, says at the Washington Auto Show. The two cities have populations that have ...

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