The major reason for redesigning the Volt is to cut down on the operation and production costs – way down. The previous General Motor’s CEO Dan Akerson has been quoted saying that the company hopes to cut down the cost by up to $10,000.
The new Volt has used the 2015 Consumer Electronic Show which was held in Las Vegas to create its new design. However, most of the redesigning has been confined to the front parts of the car. Although not much has changed, the Volt will use a more capable lithium-ion battery to power much lighter electric motors.
From the experience in the Automobile industry, Matt Baines has been exposed to a large number of motor topics. I have drawn on this knowledge in my personal encounter with various motors and in writing white papers for the industry and clients from numerous platforms.
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