Late last month, the collective Chevrolet Volt fleet surpassed 400 million miles of electric driving. At that distance, you could make a roundtrip from Earth to Mars with mileage to spare. Or you could travel from San Diego to Bangor, Maine more than 120,000 times—talk about a road trip.
And, instead of spending money buying 21 million gallons of gas, you could buy over 100 acres of a private island.
The Chevrolet Volt is a revolutionary electric vehicle with an on-board gas generator to keep you going when the battery is depleted. According to GM, drivers who charge regularly can drive more than 900 miles between gas station fill-ups. Depending on your driving habits, this could mean going to the gas station once a month, or maybe even less than that.
Volt drivers can track their mileage online through Volt Stats, which uses data collected through OnStar. There you can sort the results by EV Miles, Total Miles, EV%, and other options. The driver with the most EV miles, nicknamed “The Most E-Miles Volt,” lives in Arizona and has driven more than 56,000 miles on electricity alone.
At Langs Chevrolet, we have the 2014 Volt available now. Give us a visit to see how electrified you feel behind the wheel of the Volt.