2019 Chevrolet Volt Charges Quicker, Improves Convenience

2019 Chevrolet Volt Charges Quicker, Improves Convenience






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DETROIT (Thursday, Jun 28, 2018) — A new 7.2 kW charging complement on a 2019 Chevrolet Volt cuts recharging times scarcely in half by adding about twice a all-electric pushing operation per hour of charge.

The new complement headlines a series of additional enhancements for a 2019 Volt and increases a vehicle’s all-electric application for owners who take advantage of “opportunity charging,” or plugging in around city to tip off a battery charge.

“With about twice a operation combined during 240V Level 2 charging sessions, a 2019 Volt’s 7.2 kW complement creates event charging some-more worthwhile,” pronounced Jesse Ortega, arch engineer, Chevrolet Electric Vehicles. “It effectively extends a vehicle’s all-electric pushing range, while providing about twice a operation for a income when plugging in during open comforts that assign by a hour.”

With a new 7.2 kW system, a finish recharge can be achieved in as small as 2.3 hours with a 240-volt opening and ancillary hardware. The new complement is customary on a 2019 Volt Premier indication and accessible on a LT trim. A 3.6 kW horse is customary on a Volt LT.

The new charging complement complements a Volt’s extended-range electric thrust system. When a Volt’s battery runs low, a gas-powered generator kicks in to extend a pushing range.

Improved owners experience

In further to a new charging system, a 2019 Volt offers a series of enhancements designed to urge preference and assistance owners get some-more out of their all-electric pushing experience.

For those in colder climates who wish to use as small gas as possible, a 2019 Volt allows activation of a involuntary engine-assisted heating complement to be deferred until most reduce temperatures — reduction  25 degrees C / reduction 13 degrees F  — for some-more all-electric operation.

The 2019 Volt also facilities new Low and Regen on Demand profiles that capacitate increasing regenerative braking capability when drivers let off a accelerator pedal. The underline helps a automobile grasp a class-leading EV range, and a updates come with an softened pushing feel with smoother operation when slowing.

A new Chevrolet Infotainment 3 complement with an 8-inch-diagonal colour touchscreen incorporates a new Energy App. The app’s Impacts Screen shows drivers how pushing style, route, continue conditions and cabin comfort environment might impact operation and conveys a impact some-more intuitively formed on mileage rather than a prior numerical “score.” Drivers will suffer carrying some-more information about their efficiencies and can aim to eke out each EV kilometre possible.

The 2019 Volt also introduces a initial energy driver’s seat. The six-way chair is customary on Premier and accessible on LT models.

Additional changes and updates:

  • GM’s stability expansion of a walking warning system, initial deployed in 2011, now regulating front and back speakers to yield heard alerts when handling during delayed speeds.
  • A new digital rearview camera replaces a prior analog system.
  • New driver-switchable Adaptive Cruise Control allows a choice of required journey control or adaptive journey control.
  • New tire fill warning sounds a horn when full tire vigour is achieved.
  • New, musical seating patterns are offering on cloth seats.
  • New Power Convenience Package accessible on LT adds a energy motorist chair in further to all calm offering on a Comfort Package.
  • Wireless charging pad for concordant phones is relocated forward of a shifter for easier use (available with navigation radio).
  • New Pacific Blue Metallic extraneous colour is available.
  • New Jet Black/Porcelain Blue interior is offering on Premier.
  • Available dealer-installed trance package includes competition pedals, black front/rear bowtie emblems and 17-inch machined-aluminum wheels with black-painted pockets.

“The 2019 Volt’s enhancements give business some-more of what they adore with a automobile and make it even some-more useful as an bland electric vehicle,” pronounced Ortega. “It’s a some-more seamless knowledge than ever.”


The 2019 Chevrolet Volt goes on sale this fall.


Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is one of a world’s largest automobile brands, doing business in some-more than 100 countries and offered some-more than 4.0 million cars and trucks a year. Chevrolet provides business with fuel-efficient vehicles that underline enchanting performance, pattern that creates a heart beat, pacifist and active reserve facilities and easy-to-use technology, all during a value. More information on Chevrolet models can be found at www.chevrolet.ca, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/chevroletcanada or by following @ChevroletCanada on Twitter.