‘Dimsple’ sheet metal intake manifold, GM plans to use for new Chevy Volt

The GM Volt battery, the largest in the car and expected to deliver a power output of about 500 hp, is designed to be able to use sheet metal to make the engine’s cylinder head lighter.

GM has not confirmed whether it will be using this technology for its battery, or any other engine, but it is expected to use it for the Volt, a plug-in hybrid.

The GM Volt is a plug in hybrid that runs on gasoline and a battery of lithium-ion batteries.

The Volt battery uses an array of lithium ion batteries and a carbon dioxide-air mixture to make up the battery.

This creates a vacuum that allows for a high-capacity, high-temperature electrolyte that is a key component of electric vehicles.

It is also important for battery pack performance, according to GM.GM’s goal is to use the same type of materials used in other electric vehicle technologies, including the Chevrolet Volt’s battery, to make its battery.

GM is already working on ways to convert the Volt’s lithium-air batteries to other forms of battery.

The new Volt battery’s carbon dioxide air mixture will make up about 85 percent of the battery’s weight, which will allow the car to run longer, at a lower power output, and generate more energy for longer.

The goal is for the vehicle to deliver more than 200 miles per charge and up to 100 miles per kilowatt hour.

The Volt will be the first plug-up hybrid vehicle to be produced in the U.S. and, according, is expected in the coming years to be sold to customers in the United States and Europe.

The vehicle is also expected to be available in China and elsewhere.GM has been trying to make electric vehicles more environmentally friendly since the beginning.

It has been using a combination of technology and materials to improve the efficiency of its cars, but this is its first electric vehicle that can run on gasoline or diesel, and to deliver that range.

It also will have to meet stringent emissions standards that will require a fleet of EVs.