Why Did They Cut Off The End Of The Exhaust Pipe?
Chevrolet has announced plans to build and sell a special version of their small electrically powered car called the Volt, but when sold in Israel in 2015 it will be marketed locally under the name “Geh Volt”.
A high-powered racy competition version will also be built and it will be recognizable by the prefix “Oy” that will be added in front of “Geh Volt” logo.
Oh yeah, perhaps a more appropriate title for this post should have been “An Electric Car With An Exhaust Pipe?”
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