My head knows the future of transportation is probably electric, but my stomach can’t quite get past the range anxiety. Pure EV drivers do, over time, quit the urge to stare at the dwindling range and worry about where their next outlet might be, but Chevrolet has another solution if you don’t mind carrying a little old-school fossil fuel. The 2017 Chevrolet Volt may officially be a hybrid, but it desperately wants to leave its gas engine turned off and providing mental reassurance not actual power.
Chevrolet has skirted a fine line between space-age and suburban with the 2017 Volt, and the result is a handsome and curvaceous car. Yes, the silver grill looks a little like a microplane cheese grater, but overall the look is smoother and more refined than the somewhat blocky first-generation Volt.
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