Who (Or What) Killed The Chevrolet Volt? And Could It Happen Again?

Earlier this year, the Chevrolet Volt, GM’s longest-running plug-in car to date, ended production.

At the time, its cancellation was grouped together with the cancellation of many other GM sedans and hatchbacks which the company said weren’t selling in particularly high volumes. Yet just a few years earlier, the Chevy Volt had held its own at the top of the plug-in sales charts alongside the Nissan LEAF.

So what went wrong? What really led to the cancellation of the Volt? And could it happen again with other plug-in models if lessons aren’t learned?

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