A complete fuster cluck. For what was spent on towing, service calls and other nonsense you could have driven cross country and back in a Chevy sedan.
Imagine just a few thousand of these Edsels clamoring for charging and other needs between NYC and parts north.
“Imagine just a few thousand of these Edsels clamoring for charging and other needs between NYC and parts north”
That’s a REAL part of it. GM has a Chevy Volt Rapid Response Team that immediately flies out to anywhere in the country once one of their cars has an accident. The reason: because that battery can easily blow if rescue/salvage workers don’t properly secure it, and you have to really know the vehicle to understand how to secure it.
Yes, gas cars also can blow up, but that risk is understood by all and the auto companies don’t need to send rapid response teams to the 30,000 or so accidents that occur EVERY DAY on our roads.