Chevrolet Volt has lost it's Power

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When we first saw the Chevrolet Volt concept it suggested that there was truly something new about to come our way from the great company that GM once was, but we now see that it has turned into nothing more than another unmemorable, average looking and forgettable vehicle that will soon be counted as one of the reasons why American cars can not compete in the world market.

Cars need to do many things, and we give some credit to this one for at least trying, but one of those things that is often forgotten, and put on the sidelines is the task of motivation. It simply needs to stir the soul. And this current version of the Volt does not.

We really hate to pile it on you GM, especially with all that is going wrong in the market today, but you are just going to have to try a little harder to win me over.

Here's a before and after of the Chevrolet Volt.

The concept version.

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The production version.

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2011 Chevrolet Volt production show car. (source: ©GM Corp.)

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