Chevrolet has confirmed to Autoweek that the Volt will be available in a range of options.
The range will be limited to the “classic” trim, which includes the all-wheel drive, electric motor, and battery pack, and the “luxury” trim which includes all-electric, all-terrain, and all-season versions.
The Volt will have the “full range” option as well.
The luxury models will be the Sport, Touring, and Elite, and Premium models will come in “Sport” and “Classic”.
All-wheel-drive models will also be available, with an “All-Wheel Drive Sport” option, while the hybrid “All Wheel Drive Touring” and the Hybrid “All Drive Classic” will also come with this option.
Chevrolet is also offering a new “Powertrain Package” for the Volt, which adds the “Pilot Assist”, “Auto Brake” and all “High-Performance Traction Control” systems.
There will also also be a “Suspension Package”, which adds an “Electronic Stability Control” and other features.
The new Volt will make its first appearance in the United States at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show, which will be held on February 21-22.
Stay tuned for more coverage of the Chevrolet Volt at the Detroit Auto show.