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Chevrolet Volt customers are telling General Motors they want three things in the next version of the range-extended electric car: a fifth seat, a longer electric driving range and a lower price.

Larry Nitz, GM's executive director of hybrid and electric powertrain engineering, said GM is working on the next generation of the Volt, expected in 2016, but he wouldn't say how the car will evolve. The 2014 Volt's sticker price is $34,995, including shipping but before tax and other incentives.

Since the Volt debuted in late 2010, GM has been regularly quizzing customers about the gasoline-electric car's real-world performance.



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