Welcome to the Chevy Bolt Forum! The Chevrolet Bolt EV was first unveiled at the January 2015, North American International Auto Show. Expected to be available at the start of 2017, or possibly the end of 2016, the Chevy Bolt EV is the first pure-EV competitor to the Nissan Leaf.
One doesn’t have to look to far on the internet to find a comparison of 200-mile electric vehicles. The conversation always ends something along the lines of “Once I see what the LEAF 2.0 offers... Continue reading
Posted on June 22, 2016.
GM’s North American President Alan Batey has confirmed that the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle will begin shipping to dealers in the fourth quarter of this year.
GM and Chevrolet have not yet released the vehicle’s expected range or price, so we still only know that it will have “more than 200 miles” range, and will be somewhere around $37,500 before incentives. Continue Reading ->
In a recent media briefing at GM’s Alternative Energy Center, GM executives say the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle will exceed the company’s original range estimate of 200 miles. This is an important announcement in light of Tesla’s Model 3 unveiling that touts 215 miles range. Continue Reading ->