Chevrolet Volt owners are indexed as some of the most satisfied and happiest customers in the industry. Yet even they (we) have a few things to address. Things that are desired that would add to the car’s practicality and overall livability.
These things include: a fifth seat, a longer electric driving range and a lower price, according to an Automotive News report.
The next-generation, 2016 Chevrolet Volt is at least expected to be more affordable than the current model, and is also expected to feature a longer range — possibly two powertrain options. However, a fifth seat is currently unexpected based on our intel. The biggest problem is that the T-shaped battery back runs directly down the middle of the Volt’s cabin. This setup negates any space for a middle seat in the second row, though a revision of the battery design could yield a pleasant surprise.