What to Know About the Chevy Volt EV Engine Upgrade

After nearly five years of development and nearly $150 million of investment, Chevy’s electric car is finally here.

The Volt will start shipping in late 2018, but for now, here’s what you need to know about the engine upgrade.

The Chevy Volt’s first battery pack has been delivered to Tesla.

This is the first battery that can store more than one charge.

It will be available to Tesla customers later this year.

The first Volt owners will get a battery pack upgrade, and a first generation EV will be equipped with a second battery pack, and that second battery will be ready for use as early as 2019.

The Volt battery pack will be smaller and lighter than the Tesla pack, so the new battery pack won’t be too bulky for larger electric vehicles like the Tesla Model S or Tesla Model X.

Tesla’s new pack will have an electrical efficiency rating of 90 percent or higher, which is nearly double the Volt’s 65 percent rating.

The company says it will be able to deliver its second-generation battery pack to the Volt fleet by 2021, and the first generation by 2019.

The electric car will start selling in 2018, and Chevy plans to begin mass production of the Volt in 2019.

In a blog post, Chevy CEO Dan Akerson said that the Volt will be the “world’s most advanced EV ever” and will “change the way you think about cars.”

Akerson called the new Volt the “greatest” EV on the planet, and he says the Volt battery will deliver the power of Tesla’s new Tesla Model 3.

Akerson also said that Tesla’s battery pack is a “very important” part of the company’s future.

This is not the first time that the Chevy and Tesla battery pack have been linked together.

Tesla’s first-generation EV, the Model 3, had an 85 percent electric efficiency rating, but that was not possible for a car with a gasoline engine, like the Chevy Bolt.

The second-gen Volt, meanwhile, has an 80 percent electric-efficiency rating.

Tesla has been making changes to the electric-car ecosystem in the last year.

The Model S, which went on sale last year, has a more powerful battery than its gasoline sibling, but the Volt has a larger lithium-ion battery.

The battery pack upgrades have been in the works for months, but Chevy did not announce the details until March of this year, with a blog update from the company in April.

Tesla and Chevy have had a very close relationship over the years, and Akerson told the New York Times that Tesla and Chevrolet had been “cooperating closely.”

Tesla is still waiting for its Volt to ship, and Tesla is not saying when it will have the first-gen version.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that he wants to have a first-to-market, mass-market electric car before the end of 2020.

But he’s not saying anything concrete about when that will be.

The second- and third-generation Volt have both received their battery packs.

The first Volt battery packs will be delivered to customers in 2021 and 2019, respectively.

The Chevrolet Volt will go on sale in 2019, and buyers can expect to pay $37,200 for the first year of the new electric car.

The car will be priced at $56,500 for the second year, and $72,000 for the third year.

It won’t start shipping until 2021.

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