GM Issues Response To NHTSA Volt Investigation

A recent report from the NHTSA has got many consumers fearful that the battery in their new Chevy Volt will catch fire in a crash.

GM’s president Mark Reuss issued the following statement:

“The Volt is a five-star safety car.  Even though no customer has experienced in the real world what was identified in this latest testing of post-crash situations, we’re taking critical steps to ensure customer satisfaction and safety,” Reuss said. Our customers’ peace of mind is too important to us for there to be any concern or any worry. This technology should inspire confidence and pride, not raise any concern or doubt. The question is about how to deal with the battery days and weeks after a severe crash, making it a matter of interest not just for the Volt, but for our industry as we continue to advance the pursuit of electric vehicles.”

Read More: GM Builds on Battery Safety to Ensure Confidence in Chevrolet Volt



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