They are from an industry insider on another forum. They've proven to be quite accurate in the past.Where are the number from that you are providing in multiple threads?!?
Thanks for the follow up. I found the post here (#22):They are from an industry insider on another forum. They've proven to be quite accurate in the past. Scroll down on this link: https://www.gminsidenews.com/forums/f12/u-s-november-car-sales-surprise-upside-290967/index2.html
Given the Volt's net inventory lost nearly 3,000 cars since the beginning of November and the Bolt EV's net inventory lost nearly 2,000 in the same period, I find those numbers highly pessimistic.I don't believe those estimates are accurate.
I believe that GM sold 2063 Bolt's in Nov along with 1658 Volt's thus GM should have eclipsed the 200,000 sold overall.
Volt SS! Do it!Going out with a bang would be more apt if GM's engineers did what they've done with a few of their cars when they saw the axe falling. It's how we ended up with berserker in your face cars like the '88 Fiero, the GNX, the Turbo T/A, and the Scyclone/Typhoon.
"Well, we've only got a few years left with this, let's go nuts!"
What would a performance version of the Volt look like or do considering the treatment bestowed on past cars?