NEW YORK – When General Motors Co.’s ’11 Chevrolet Volt launches late this year, it will come with the ninth generation OnStar system that features a host of smart-phone applications for remote monitoring and controlling the starting and charging of the extended-range electric vehicle “The smart phone is complementary to the system,” says Matthew G. Przybylski, director-global engineering for OnStar. Every Volt will be equipped with the new-generation OnStar system, which will enable ...

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