After much hype for GM's first "Plug In" hybrid electric car, the grand sales total for year 1?

7,671 cars.

Dealers in many parts of the country are refusing delivery of additional Volts due to low customer demand, and GM is now revising future sales figures significantly downward.

I feel like there just isn't a market for Plug-In vehicles in America. I also think it probably hurts a lot that the people MOST likely to buy electric vehicles (young, urban-dwelling professionals) are probably the people least likely to own a residence that has a garage or spot where the vehicle can be charged daily.

Either way, major dud for GM (who has invested a non-insignificant amount of money getting this project out the door).