DETROIT – General Motors Co. expects Chevrolet Volt buyers to be emotionally attached to their vehicles. Very attached. That’s why the auto maker has enlisted OnStar to make available round-the-clock status reports on the inner workings of the extended-range electric vehicle. The OnStar Mobile Application will use compatible smartphones to link Volt owners with their vehicles for purposes ranging from charge-status monitoring to remote starting. “The Chevrolet Volt ushers in a new era ...
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