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Volt & Water

Some Goldfinger fans may remember the early part of the movie, when Bond, kissing a sultry temptress, sees the reflection of a thug in one of her open (!) eyes, and so knocks said thug into a bathtub and tosses in an electric fan. . . . Some people might be a bit concerned about having an extended range hybrid electric vehicle—say the Chevy Volt—and find themselves driving along in some places during a rainstorm that begin to resemble a bathtub (in Detroit, say, I-696). Bathtub, water, Volt. . .hmm. . . . But the folks at GM are thinking about that, evidently, as is evident here:  

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Some Goldfinger fans may remember the early part of the movie, when Bond, kissing a sultry temptress, sees the reflection of a thug in one of her open (!) eyes, and so knocks said thug into a bathtub and tosses in an electric fan. . . .

Some people might be a bit concerned about having an extended range hybrid electric vehicle—say the Chevy Volt—and find themselves driving along in some places during a rainstorm that begin to resemble a bathtub (in Detroit, say, I-696). Bathtub, water, Volt. . .hmm. . . .

But the folks at GM are thinking about that, evidently, as is evident here:

 

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