Advanced safety features that help guide and protect
With its innovative available safety and driver assistance systems and advanced response technologies, Volt was designed to help you before, during and after a possible collision.
Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning (not available on LT)
Available Rear Cross Traffic Alert
Forward Collision Alert and Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking (not available on LT)
Volt features 10 air bags1 and smart sensors designed to adjust frontal air bag inflation according to the severity of a crash.
When the air bags deploy2 built-in sensors can automatically alert OnStar and a readily available advisor will connect to your vehicle to provide assistance. Even if you don’t respond, an OnStar Advisor can use GPS technology to pinpoint your exact location and request that emergency help is sent right away.3
Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver’s responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The driver should remain attentive to traffic, surroundings and road conditions at all times. Visibility, weather and road conditions may affect feature performance. Read the vehicle’s owner’s manual for more important feature limitations and information.
Combining smarts with power, Volt goes from 0 to 60 in 8.4 seconds.4 Give credit to its 1.5L direct injected high-efficiency engine and two electric motors. It runs on an electric charge and generates additional energy through a gas-powered generator when the battery runs out —giving you the confidence to go as far as you want. It’s elegant, electric power that’s unstoppable.
Up to 53 pure electric miles5
Up to 420 miles5 of total range with a full charge and a full tank of gas
1,100 miles6 between fill-ups – Chevy expects owners will drive over 1,100 miles6 between fill-ups by charging regularly. This means weekly stops at the gas station could be a thing of the past, giving you the confidence to go as far as you want.
From pencil to perfection.
Volt looks like nothing else out there. Everything is deliberately crafted.
Two charging options
Want to know where you’re using the most energy or how much charge you have left in the battery? All of that valuable real-time information is housed on the color touch-screen and Driver Information Center behind the steering wheel. Volt can be recharged using the included 120-volt portable cord or the available 240-volt charging unit. The 240-volt charging unit is recommended for at-home charging convenience.
The available 240-volt charging unit can be professionally installed to fully recharge the battery in about 4.5 hours.7 There is also an included 120-volt portable charge cord8 that will charge the battery in approximately 13 hours.
Based on GPS data, a programmable “home” setting for charging allows you to take advantage of off-peak electricity rates when you’re plugged in at home. This setting will also allow Volt to immediately charge when plugging in away from home.
Always use safety belts and child restraints. Children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate child restraint. See the Owner’s Manual for more information.
Air bag inflation can cause severe injury or death to anyone too close to the bag when it deploys. Be sure every occupant is properly restrained. See Owner’s Manual for more information.
Does not include emergency or security services. Visit onstar.com for coverage map, details and system limitations.
Based on initial vehicle movement.
EPA-estimated 53-mile range based on 106 MPGe combined city/highway (electric); 367-mile extended range based on 42 MPG combined city/highway (gas). Actual range varies based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, and driving technique.
For 2016 and 2017 model year owners.
Charge times may vary with temperature and amperage settings.
Using the 120-volt portable charge cord will take approximately 19 hours at the default 8-amp setting and can be reduced to 13 hours at the 12-amp setting. Actual time may vary with temperature.