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Published on August 29th, 2008 | by Courtney Carlisle Bolton


Chevy Volt 2010 Unveiled in Transformers 2 Spy Footage

August 29th, 2008 by  

Thank goodness for over eager car buffs and Transformer fans – this morning, our friends at Jalopnik posted some great “spy” pics of the yet-to-be-released 2010 Chevy Volt and got some great video of it in it’s break out role in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

Much more aerodynamic and traditional than the uber-sleek concept picture, this cobalt blue Chevy Volt featured in a chase scene video here, looks road ready for consumers. Check out those wheels…wonder if those will come standard?

The highly touted and much discussed Volt uses a lithium-ion battery with a variety of range-extending onboard power sources and a common 110–volt household plug. For someone who drives less than 40 miles a day, Chevy Volt will use zero gasoline and produce zero emissions. It will also fight alongside Optimus Prime to save the world from the Decepticons.

Somebody better tell Bill Reinert over at Toyota not to count the Chevy Volt out just yet… 


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When she isn't writing or in the library, this tech savvy ecophile can usually be found glued to her mobile or macbook ogling the latest gadgets, scouting the newest designs, traveling or out enjoying the Colorado terrain. Courtney holds two masters degrees in Psychology and Communications and received her BA from Vanderbilt University in Psychology and English. She recently relocated from Los Angeles to Denver, CO where she is pursuing her PhD in Family and Child Psychology.

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