"It's on the steering wheel, just like the ELR," says Farah. "And really it is an opportunity for the people who like to finesse their eco-driving a little bit and be able to go ahead and control the regen directly and not just through the blended brake pedal."
Reuss is seen using the system with his fingers. "I can tell you it feels more refined than what the ELR has," he says.
Not much of the redesigned Volt, which debuts next month at the Detroit auto show, is visible.