Chevy has announced that the Bolt will start at $37,495 before any of the available federal or state tax credits.
Chevy has now announced that the Bolt will have an EPA-estimated driving range of 238 miles.
A new report claims that GM and Lyft are going to start testing self-driving versions of the Chevy Bolt EV next year on public roads.
While the Tesla Model 3 promises to bring a 200-mile electric car to the masses, Chevy might have just got there first. Chevy has unveiled the 2017 Bolt electric car at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas!
Chevy gave the world a preview of its new 200 mile range electric car with the debut of the Bolt concept earlier this year. Chevy is already testing several prototypes of the Chevy Bolt, which is pictured here testing at GM's Milford, Michigan proving ground.
When Chevy revealed the Bolt concept earlier this year there was some immediate confusion, since the "Bolt" name sounds a lot like "Volt," but the automaker decided to stick with it anyways. Now unfortunately the Bolt name may not happens, since the US Patent and Trademark Office has denied the use of the name.
General Motors has reportedly decided to keep the "Bolt" name for its upcoming compact electric car, despite the apparent Volt confusion.
Earlier this year GM revealed its new Chevy Bolt concept, which is expected to have a range of about 200 miles when it's introduced, but there might be one big change before that happens. The "Bolt" name has been criticized for sounding too much like the Chevy Volt, so GM may change the name.
A new report claims that General Motors is going to begin production of its new $30,000 electric car - the Chevy Bolt in October 2016.
It's being reported that General Motors is working on a new electric car with a driving range around 200 miles on a single range. The electric car is expected to be introduced by 2017, but the world will reportedly get a preview of it next week at the Detroit Auto Show.
It's being reported that earlier this month General Motors filed a trademark application for the names Chevrolet Bolt and Bolt, which has led to speculation that the name could be used on a future electric vehicle.
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