FERNDALE, MI – Chris Perry, head of Chevrolet global marketing for General Motors, expects sales of the Chevy Volt extended-range electric vehicle to rebound after its model-year changeover and thinks a newly announced Cadillac version of the car will draw high demand. “The sales pace is what we expected,” Perry tells Ward’s at an event here linked to the annual Woodward Dream Cruise festival of classic cars in suburban Detroit. GM sold 125 Volts in July, down sharply from 561 in June, ...

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