GM to close Volt plant four weeks

The Short Circuit isn't selling so well in the real world
GM to close Volt plant four weeks http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/08/27/gm-volt-plant-idUSL1E8JRI7U20120827

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On Mon, 27 Aug 2012 18:45:34 -0400, Jim_Higgins

But sales are up: "Sales of the plug-in hybrid car are up 272 percent since last year, but are below initial expectations when GM launched the Volt in late 2010, followed by its near-identical version for Europe, the Opel Ampera"
They give percentages, not real numbers. If they sold one last year and three this year, the percentage is great. But the sales still sucks.
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Den mndagen den 27:e augusti 2012 kl. 22:45:36 UTC skrev Jim Higgins:

There is a big increase in the sales of plug-in-hybrids.
That is the way to go until real electrical vehicles are ready to take over.
The plug-in-hybrid-prius is a very attractive alternative.
At the same time there are a lot of interesting real electrical vehicles appearing.
The BMW electric is really interesting.
Will GM come out with an electrical vehicle?
Will it be belieavable?
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On Sep 2, 4:02am, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Too bad that innovator guy in California had to charge so much for his controller board. He had a car with two electric motors in the back that could really make an electric move. But without the board we back yard innovators can forget it.
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