The next-gen 2016 Chevrolet Volt will be unveiled in exactly three weeks, and the automaker has released yet another teaser of the new car, this time showing how it handles itself in wintry weather.
The teaser video starts out by showing the Volt driving in a straight line on packed snow, and after it gains a little bit of speed, it starts to steer from left to right. While we can see how well the car handles in the snow, we still can’t see much of its styling. The Volt continues to hide itself with camouflage, though we’ve gotten a sneak peek at it before in a teaser photo. From that picture, we saw that the new Volt’s more dramatic fascia, with a small grille above the front bumper and a larger metallic grille in the lower portion of the valance. We also got to see the headlights, which appeared to be taller and sharper, with all-LED foglamps that run vertically on the outer edge of the lower bumper. Chevrolet has also teased the 2016 Volt’s rear deck before, so seeing this tester from a couple more angles in the video helps paint a better picture.
As for what will power the next-gen Volt, we’ve reported before that it will feature an all-new powertrain. A 1.5-liter I-4 replaces the current 1.4-liter mill, and it should be more efficient and refined. The battery pack will be lighter and more efficient, while the all-electric range is expected to jump from the current EPA-rated 38 miles to around 50 miles.
We’ll find out more about the 2016 Chevrolet Volt when it debuts next month in Detroit.