NAIAS Reveal Planned for 2016 Chevy Volt

It’s finally time to start looking forward to the 2015 North American International Auto Show. For those of you who have been counting down since last year’s show, well you were just ahead of the game. We can all be excited together to hear the rumors about the 2016 models. This year, the Chevrolet rumors are focusing on the Volt. After four years of lackluster sales for the Chevy Volt, Chevrolet had two options; ditch the car completely, or create a new generation model that will fix the problem spots and wow auto-enthusiasts.

Chevy has chosen to give the Volt another chance, and will be revealing the 2016 Chevy Volt at NAIAS January 17-25, 2015. The next generation Volt should be going through some serious updates, including a third seat in the back row and a smaller, more efficient gasoline engine.

“Volt is the perfect example of the ingenuity that drives everything we do at Chevrolet,” said Tim Mahoney, Global Chevrolet Chief Marketing Officer. “Volt fully delivers on the promises of Find New Roads and will continue to provide consumers with the transportation solutions they need and deserve in the future.”

While sales may have been down lately, the Volt hasn’t been a bust by any means. With 65,000 total units sold, the four-seater Volt may be one of America’s best-selling plug-in hybrid vehicles – Chevrolet just had higher sales expectations than that. Everyone who buys a Volt falls in love with it. Why buy it otherwise, right?

We’re hopeful, and so is Chevrolet, at a new generation will generate new interest in a stellar hybrid-electric sedan.

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Volt and Camaro Named “Most Dependable” by J.D. Power

If you are lucky enough to have even ridden in a Chevrolet, then you know that the automaker has earned its reputation for only producing excellent and reliable products. For those of you who need an expert’s opinion to cement your own, then J.D. Power has definitely come through for you. The results of the 2014 J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study have revealed that both the Chevy Camaro and Volt earned top rankings in their segments. The Volt is listed as the most dependable Compact Car and the Camaro is noted as the most dependable Midsize Sporty Car.

Paul Edwards, U.S. vice president of Chevrolet Marketing, summarized the inherent value in each of the winning vehicles, both of which can be found here at Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet. “The Volt has redefined how Chevrolet’s electrification technology is helping our customers save fuel and reduce emissions without compromising style, comfort and performance,” said Edwards. “The Camaro continues to bring new buyers to Chevrolet, and we expect the introduction of the Z/28 will further heighten enthusiasm for America’s favorite sports car.”

The Z/28 mentioned by Edwards, a supercar with an engine capable of producing 500 horsepower, is already being heralded as the fastest Camaro ever produced. The 2014 “most dependable ranking” makes it the second straight year on top for the Camaro.

The Volt was already a decorated car before this latest win—it’s listed at number 1 on the Sierra Club’s list of plug-in hybrids and it was named Leader in Strategic Vision’s 2013 Total Quality Award for Best Midsize Car. Plus, this is the third straight year it’s been named the most dependable compact by J.D. Power.