General Motors has temporarily suspended the production of the Chevy Volt for at least five weeks in order to sell off the current high level of inventories it has of the vehicle.
This could be a landmark turn for electric vehicle production in the United States, which hasn’t taken off like manufacturers have wanted.
Will the line come back to life in a few weeks as demand picks up or will it be shuttered long term?
Only time will tell.
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