I'm wondering will the Chevy Volt Handle the Burtal Michigan Winters like recently.
I suggestion this needs to be looked at Because I live in Michigan and I want a Chevy Volt
This is #1 on my list too.
I'm near Toronto, so I get pretty much the same weather as Michigan. Since these batteries are liquid cooled, could they have some sort of smart sensor, that could heat the batteries as well as cool them if needed?
Because I'm pretty sure -20C on a cold night is gonna kill your charge
Granted, we're rarely that cold, but it will probably hinder performance.
The generator ICE would also need some kind of system, as the performance of our current car suffers if we don't plug in the block heater on cold nights/mornings.