Chevrolet Volt won the Green Car of the Year Award 2016.

Los Angeles Auto show was conducted for the development of a range which was first introduced in 2011. Chevrolet Volt was awarded as the Green Car of the year 2016.

The car generates the electricity to power the Volt’s motor from the engine which has the capacity of 1.5 liters. Finally Volt won and beat other cars that includes the Toyota Prius, Honda Civic, Hyundai Sonata and Audi A3.

Steve Majoros, M.D for Chevrolet cars said that the Volt is the crosscorner of Campaigns and he added that they have the additional plans for electricfication development. The second generation of hybrid has the capacity of running 53 miles only with electricity. It beats the automakers that the car running about 50 miles only with electricity.

Ron Cogan, publisher of the Green Car Journal said that, in the history of the Green Car award, this was the first time that a vehicle won two awards in their developing generartion. VW Jetta TDI and Audi A3 TDI have the new technologies with fuel efficiency and reduced Carbon emissions.

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