GM, Chrysler Promise Electric Cars of Future to Fight Detroit Show Gloom
General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC, kept in business by $17.4 billion in emergency loans, are showing off electric vehicles at the Detroit auto show that stretch the limits of current technology.
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West Bloomfield, MI
#1 Jan 14, 2009
How much is the Volt going to cost??? It needs to be affordable for the middle class workers and retired people who need an economical car the most. When the Volt was first announced, GM promised it would be in the $20,000 range. Recenty, I've read it will be more like $40,000. What's up with that? I hope GM does the best thing for the average American, so I can continue to be a GM supporter, as I have been all my life.
#2 Jan 16, 2009
YES Babe Yes.....ONWARD...Me beloved.....eh.
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