Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Video: Building the Chevy Volt

Video of the new plug-in electric hybrid Chevrolet Volt being built from start to finish at the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant in Michigan, United States of America.

And today General Motors announced they are adding 1,000 jobs in electric vehicle development. These will be engineers and researchers based in Michigan who will help develop hybrids into electric vehicles with extended range, like the Chevy Volt.

And it has been a good week for GM on the awards front, as the Volt was named 2011 Motor Trend Car of the Year.


  1. I am more impressed by the number of jobs GM is going to open up for research and development of hybrid cars. It's like hitting two birds in one stone - reducing employment rates while saving the environment.

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  2. The transition to green energy is going to create much more jobs than that, Boyd. If the U.S. wasn't in such a dire shape, I'm sure automotive companies would be hiring more people.

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  3. I agree, SpeedStar. 1,000 new jobs are just the tip of the iceberg, representing GM's camp while other car manufacturers also turn their efforts to hybrids.

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  4. It's great that Chevrolet are trying very hard to create jobs for people.

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  6. This is an interesting video. It is amazing how they build such cars. Also, it is good that as they improve their manufacturing system, they add more job opening for people. Bad Credit Car Loan

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