Now Last another Z-Spec Concept from Chevrolet car maker it’s Chevrolet Volt Z-Spec Concept and also to show it at 2010 SEMA Show Las Vegas. Volt Z-Spec one of those testers is the concept version of the all-new Volt electric car featuring some of Chevrolet designers’ ideas for a potential line of accessories. Volt will be available in CA, TX, MI, NY, NJ, CT and Washington, DC at the end of 2010.
The Chevrolet Volt Z-Spec Concept has an aerodynamic body kit, restyled taillights, and 19-inch alloy wheels. Inside, the cabin is outfitted with a flat-bottom steering wheel, Recaro leather seats, and custom floor mats.
The 2011 Chevrolet Volt Z-Spec concept introduces unique features including unique lower rocker panels and lower front fascia, grille, taillamps, 19-inch wheels and exterior graphics. Although the Z-Spec parts are only concepts at the moment, they’re being considered for production.
The Volt Z-Spec is driven by the revolutionary Voltec propulsion system, which consists of a 16-kWh lithium-ion battery pack and electric drive unit that provide pure electric range between 25 and 50 miles in moderate conditions, depending on terrain, driving techniques, temperature and battery age.
Once the battery charge drops below a certain level, the Volt’s extended-range 1.4L engine kicks in to provide power to the Volt’s electric motors. With a top speed of 100 mph, the electric drive unit’s excellent low-speed torque of 273 lb.-ft. (368 Nm) takes it from 0 to 60 mph in less than 9.0 seconds and the quarter mile in less than 17.0 seconds.
Chris Perry, vice president of Chevrolet marketin said “Chevrolets have always been vehicles customers love to personalize and Z-Spec could give them more choices than ever,” The new Z-Spec line is being showcased on Chevrolet’s trio of small cars; the Volt, the Cruze, and the Spark, but eventually Chevrolet says that the whole lineup will be able to get fully customized using the Z-Spec line.