When Chevy axed its V8 engines in favor of turbocharged models, the Chevy Volt was left behind

The Chevrolet Volt, which was unveiled in late 2012, was one of the first electric vehicles to hit the market, but when it was discontinued in late 2015, it left a trail of damage in the form of its own engine, which is now on the market.

The Volt’s main problems have been its powertrain, which isn’t very good, and its reliability.

Chevrolet says it will replace the engine in its new Volt electric vehicle, which it says will offer better performance than the engine of the current Volt, the Volt Plug-in Hybrid.

Chevy says it’ll replace the Volt’s engine in a 2018 model, but it’s unclear if the company will offer the same powertrain on the 2018 model.

The company says the engine will be “built in-house” for the 2018 Volt, but this may not be true.

The new engine will use a 3.7-liter V6 engine from the Volt 2 plug-in hybrid.

It’s expected to be around 8 kilowatts (15 horsepower), but we don’t know if it’ll be capable of that.

Chevrolet said it has a history of developing plug-ins, but hasn’t offered any on the Volt.

In a statement, Volt CEO John Mendelsohn said that the company had invested in several electric vehicles including the Chevrolet Bolt, the Tesla Model 3, and the Nissan Leaf.

Chevrolet will sell the 2018 version of the Volt for around $70,000.

It won’t be a cheap car, though.

Chevy’s Volt plug-innovation, dubbed the Plug-In Hybrid, costs around $20,000, while the Volt 3 will set you back around $50,000 — which is the price of a typical luxury sedan.

That’s a lot of money for an electric car, but for the Volt, Chevy said it expects the car to offer a range of up to 160 miles (260 kilometers), which is a pretty impressive feat.

Chevrolet has said that it plans to offer the new Volt on the US market by 2021.

If the new electric car proves to be more than just a luxury electric car in 2017, the company is planning on rolling out a similar plug-electric vehicle for Europe, though that hasn’t been announced yet.