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Chevrolet - 2011 Chevrolet Volt EV





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2011 Chevrolet Volt EV
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Specifications
Engine Type 111-kW (149-hp) electric drive unit and onboard 1.4L DOHC I-4 engine (gas) with overhead camshafts; four valves per cylinder, continuously variable intake and exhaust cam phaser and sequential multi-port fuel injectors with electronic throttle control
Displacement cu in (cc) 85.3 cu in (gas engine)
Power bhp (kW)  at RPM (kW / hp @ rpm) 63 / 84 @ 4800 for the gas and 111 / 149 for the electric
Torque lb-ft (Nm) at RPM (lb-ft / Nm) 368 / 273 for the electric motors
Redline at RPM 4800 rpm
Brakes Power four-wheel vented disc with ABS; electro-hydraulic; fully regenerative to maximize energy capture; dynamic rear brake proportioning
Front 300 /11.8; vented, single 60-mm front / rear piston w/ steel body caliper
Rear 292 / 11.5; vented; steel body caliper with single 38-mm piston
Tires Goodyear Fuel Max P215/55R/17 low-rolling resistance BSW; all-season
Length
Weight (lb / kg): 4583 / 2079
Acceleration 0-62 mphs
Top Speed mph (km/h) 100
Fuel economy EPA (1/100) 93 MPGe all electric
37 MPG gas only
60 MPGe combined composite
Base Price
Car Description

Image GM Corp. The 2012 Chevy Volt is a Electric Vehicle with an EV range of 35 miles (based on EPA estimated fuel economy) and a EV / Extended range of up to 379 miles including EV on fully charged battery and full tank of fuel

Chevy claims the Volt to not be a hybrid. The vehicle can be driven soly on its two electric motors for 25-50 miles only using the 1.4L gas engine when the miles need to be extended past the range of the batteries.

Stability features include four-channel ABS, all-speed traction control, StabiliTrak, and drag control. The front suspension consists of independent MacPherson strut-type with side-loaded strut modules, specially tuned coil springs, direct-acting hollow stabilizer bar and hydraulic ride bushings with rack-mounted electric power steering with ZF steering gear.

Charging the Chevy volt takes 10-12 hours at 120 volts and about 4 hours at 240 volt. The batteries hold 16 kWh of energy and have a warranty of 8 years of 100,000 miles.

This Specification report for the 2011 Chevrolet Volt EV is brought to you by EV Charging RV Parks of California

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