2016 Volt: Coming to an Auto Show Near You?

Rumors online state that the 2016 Volt could debut as soon as the LA Auto Show later this year.
We may have our eyes on a new Chevy Volt very soon.

Recently we have been hearing some underground rumblings about the 2016 version of the Chevy Volt. First, there were some spy photos of an almost Paisley-styled concept version. Then there was the rumor about a 200-mile range on the new Volt. The newest rumors are saying that the 2016 Volt will debut to the public very soon.

The rumors speculate that the newest model will either show up in Los Angeles later this year or at the Detroit Auto Show in early 2015 so that the public can get a glimpse of this car. GM is scheduled to make two announcements during this week’s Center for Automotive Research Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Michigan.

The Volt has already had announcements about improvement to the battery used to power the car, both improving performance and lowering the cost for consumers and Chevy alike. The auto shows would be the next step to unveiling this next-generation electric vehicle.

Chevrolet Sweeps the 2014 NAIAS Awards

Chevrolet took home two big 2014 NAIAS awards.
Chevrolet made quite a showing at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.

Chevy fans will not be disappointed at the Detroit Auto Show this year. Chevrolet took home the top 2014 NAIAS awards.

The automaker’s 2014 Corvette Stingray and Silverado truck took home top honors with Car of the Year and Truck of the Year.

The Stingray was a huge improvement on the last model with a better interior. Its performance was also better due to its 455 horsepower V8 engine. Its $51,000 also makes it one of the best value sports cars in its market.

Chevy’s Silverado truck has been praised by lots of critics, including Consumer Reports magazine. Its base v8-powered engine gets it an estimated 19 MPG overall. This fuel economy not only trumps the previous year Silverado, but it also outdoes the F-150.

It’s no wonder why these two vehicles are at the top of their class. A majority of 50 automotive journalists thought so.

Do you agree? Give us your thoughts on these two excellent vehicles.