Volt Birth Watch 178: Splashdown

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  • SCE to AUX SCE to AUX on Dec 10, 2009

    I would expect these tests to be done on any vehicle. Here's a question: What happens when a Volt is plugged in, and the connection gets wet, either from rain or a spill?

    • Mcs Mcs on Dec 10, 2009

      I wouldn't think that would be a problem. I'd worry about an accident where there is a fire or if something goes wrong with the charging system. The moisture problem would be more likely if the battery case is compromised/cracked without your knowledge and you go through water.

  • Panzerfaust Panzerfaust on Dec 10, 2009

    This video is full of metaphors for what ails GM and the Volt.

  • Daanii2 Daanii2 on Dec 11, 2009

    The looks GM gives us into the development of the Chevy Volt are stunning. Thank you for your transparency, GM, thank you!

  • Accs Accs on Dec 20, 2009

    So this is what happens.. GMT900 frames.. are pushing this down our throats... with a coula hundred gallons of water.. to find out of we will swallow it.. NICE.