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Chevy Volt Dance Pretty Much Explains Why GM Needed A Bailout

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Is it me or is Chevy stuck in the 1980s when it comes to promoting their vehicles?

Remember that catchy little tune the automaker released a few weeks back to promote the all-electric qualities of the upcoming Chevy Volt? We thought it was cute — and GM admitted it was created to appeal to children. But then they went and inexplicably decided to pair the song with a dance routine at the LA Auto Show that’s about as cringe-worthy as you would imagine. Even worse, the four dancers did this little ditty on the hour, every hour. As one commenter over on AutoBlogGreen remarked, “Once again, bear witness to who exactly has killed the electric car.”

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