2016 Chevrolet Volt Coupe Gets Rendered


Here she is…the 2016 Chevrolet Volt rendered in stunning 2-door coupe form.

Like it?  We sure do.

Will General Motors ever make a 2-door Volt?  We doubt it.

Source: X-Tomi Design

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That would be the Cadillac ELR

Exactly. It may look alright, but when it really comes down to functionality, it really doesn’t make much sense. After considering the purchase of an ELR (thanks to >$25k in discount from sticker) that was the ultimate deal breaker.

+1 I went through the same process, having driven one. Volt 2 borrows heavily from the ELR’s dash graphics. With a power seat, 245’s, Watt’s link rear axle, what am I missing? It’s the same car.

Being lower to the ground, on 245’s, versus being higher up, on 155’s, makes a big difference.

Looks even more like a Honda…

No, I don’t like it. The four-door Volt is more practical and user friendly. Save that design for the ELR.

The door is way too short.

I test drove an ELR. Probably the best way to describe the design is that they eliminated every feature that makes the Volt a practical car and redesigned the leftover parts to look cool. It is a great car if you only have to take two people to the country club to play a round of golf.

I am afraid a two-door Volt would be to much like an ELR with small wheels.

Given that Volt 2.0’s shape already leans toward the “4 door coupe” style, it is less compelling to produce an “actual” coupe since the primary motivator for coupes is style.

Opel Ampera style

Here’s my 5 minute attempt at a coupe

It is definitely in the right color!

/nice work

black out the bottom grill and black out the half ass chrome trim on the window and that thing will look pretty nice actually

I might be interested in the coupe especially if it was lighter(faster) then the 4 door, especially if it was the same or less cost. I have almost zero interest in the 4 door Volt. Its to bland for my personal car and its to small for our family car…
Maybe a Volt Estate/wagon would be a beter idea than sedan.

Yep, another one of the reasons I jumped to an ELR.

“Will General Motors ever make a 2-door Volt? We doubt it.”

Hmm… GM did and does… It is called ELR. =)

I *wish* my Volt was simply a 4-door ELR, alas, they are very different animals.

I would sure love a wagon! With rear headroom, fold down seats. Room for camping, to lay down my bike, etc!