I received an email from Chevy today to order my Volt. I'm not about to sell the Sierra, but I may see if the wife would consider to replace her current vehicle. Below is the email. I want to know if you can you order it with a Tron outfit. :happy: I had to edit a bit to get to fit... Chevrolet Volt Volt is available for order in launch markets. Click here to view it in your web browser. Add Chevrolet_Volt@emails.chevrolet.com to your address book. Be one of the first. Chevrolet is officially taking orders for the Volt in our launch markets. This entirely new kind of car will be launching with limited availability(1) in California; New York; Washington, D.C.; Texas; Michigan; New Jersey; and Connecticut. If you're ready to experience a new world of driving, simply contact a Chevrolet Volt participating dealer or go to getmyvolt.com. Volt purchases qualify for the maximum federal tax credit(2) for plug-in electric vehicles — up to $7,500. Lease the 2011 Chevrolet Volt for as low as $350/month(3) for 36 months $2,500 due at lease signing. Includes security deposit. Tax, title, license and dealer fees extra. Or purchase for as low as $33,500 net(4) Price after tax savings. Net price shown includes the full $7,500 tax credit. $41,000 MSRP(5) with federal tax savings from $0 up to $7,500. Once your order has been placed with a Volt participating dealer, you'll be contacted by a Volt Dedicated Advisor. This customer service team is specially trained and focused on Volt — they can answer questions about the product and help get your home ready for an electric vehicle (1-888-VOLT4YOU or 1-888-865-8496). The Chevrolet Volt provides customers with a standard 100,000 mile/8-year warranty(6) on its advanced lithium-ion battery. The Volt's comprehensive battery warranty covers all 161 battery components, 95 percent of which are designed and engineered by GM, in addition to the thermal management system, charging system and electric drive components.