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Please join us for our September events in Virginia & Maryland!



Leesburg Meetup & White's Ferry Ride to NDEW Poolesville - click here for more info.

This is an MD Volt meetup event for those who want to drive together to the official NDEW Poolesville event (which we are sponsoring) from Leesburg, VA. Sign up for National Drive Electric Week Event - Poolesville, MD (REQUIRED!!!), and join us at the Leesburg Premium Outlets early Saturday morning for a group drive and ferry ride to the Poolesville event. As of 8/17/17, 71 cars are registered for NDEW Poolesville!

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UAW - GM All American Car Show - click here for more info.

Cost: $15. Join us for a fun event for a great cause.

• All domestic, classic vehicles and EVs are invited. There is a $15 registration fee, payable when you arrive (proceeds to White Marsh Volunteer Fire & Ambulance Co.).

• Food, Music, Raffles. “People’s Choice” and Plant Choice Trophies. EV category.

• Everyone who registers a car will receive a free raffle ticket for door prizes!

• Dash plaques will be given to the first 200 cars that register.
 

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Always a fun time and worthwhile cause. Lots of classic cars and EVs have a designated parking area under a solar charging canopy at the Baltimore GM Allison plant that also makes EV motors.
 

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Always a fun time and worthwhile cause. Lots of classic cars and EVs have a designated parking area under a solar charging canopy at the Baltimore GM Allison plant that also makes EV motors.
The previously made motors for the Spark EV.

From Green Car Reports (http://www.greencarreports.com/news...6-plug-in-hybrid-technical-details-revealed):

The CT6 also uses two types of electric motors. One is an induction motor, while the other is a permanent-magnet design.

The motor closest to the engine is the induction-motor, a design chosen by GM because it does not require rare-earth minerals.

The second motor is similar to the one used in the Chevrolet Spark EV, but is somewhat longer.

This motor will also be manufactured at the same plant that builds Spark EV motors—GM's facility in White Marsh, Maryland.
 
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