When the ‘Chevy Car’ Goes Electric

This article originally appeared on Medical News Now.

The electric car company Chevy has been testing its latest car, the Chevy Volt, which can be driven by its driver and crew using a single battery pack.

The Volt is an electric vehicle, which means it uses electricity generated by the combustion of fuel to drive the wheels.

The batteries can be charged in the car’s battery pack and can be recharged in the driver’s seat.

This is not the first time the company has experimented with this new technology.

In 2015, the company was testing a vehicle that used a car battery to drive it through the streets of Chicago.

The new electric vehicle uses a battery that can charge in the vehicle’s battery and can also be re-charged. 

The Chevy Volt will be unveiled on May 28, 2019.

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