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Electric Chevy Volt To Be One Of The Good Guys In Transformers Sequel

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Chevrolet has hit the 2009 Chicago Auto Show — and they’ve dragged some Transformers along with them. Five Chevrolet-based characters – including four all-new characters – are featured in the new film, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, set to open in the United States on June 26. Obviously, we’re smitten with “Jolt”, the new character based on Chevy’s upcoming (fingers-crossed) all-electric Volt. From the release,

“Chevrolet is thrilled to again be part of one of the most anticipated movies in years,” said Ed Peper, GM North America vice president, Chevrolet. “‘Transformers’ gives us a great opportunity to connect with young people on their terms, with a dynamic, environmentally friendly image. The new characters represent the change going on in Chevy showrooms. From the exciting Camaro, the 21st century sports car, to the game-changing Volt, there’s more than meets the eye at Chevrolet today.”

Check out some scenes from the movie with the Chevy Volt here. Driving has never looked more dramatic.

(Photo of Volt: Credit Autobloggreen)

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