The Chevy Volt is almost here and General Motors will make an announcement tomorrow on the price as well as the order process for this plug-in vehicle. GM will be on hand at the Plug-In 2010 Conference tomorrow and will answer a number of questions, which we are sure there will be plenty of.
Joel Ewanick, GM VP of Marketing will be the guy with the job of explaining the price of the 2011 Chevrolet Volt in the U.S., which will then be followed by a live online web chat with the automaker’s marketing director of the Volt, Tony DiSalle.
These next 24 hours or less will seem like a lifetime, which is why Autoblog decided to come up with a poll asking what price do you think that GM will announce for the Volt tomorrow?
There are a number of choices to choose from, but the popular choice is $30,001-$35,000 that’s after the expected $7,500 tax break. Be sure to come back tomorrow where we will share with you the official price of the Chevy Volt. We do know that the plug-in vehicle will not be getting the 230mpg EPA rating as GM had hoped, which we discussed in a recent post.
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