Production Bolt EV Specifications
In September 2016, GM announced the Bolt EV had started production, and would start shipping to dealerships in late 2016.
EPA estimated range for the Bolt EV is higher than the original 200 mile target, and comes in at 238 miles!
The Bolt EV is available in 2 trim levels, the LT and the Premier.
Production Ampera-e Specifications
The 2017 Ampera-e electric vehicle has received an NEDC rating of 520 kms range!
Concept Bolt EV Specifications
First announced on January 12th, 2015, the Chevrolet Bolt EV is Chevy’s vision for an affordable, long-range electric vehicle that will offer more than 200 miles electric range, and has a starting price of $30,000 after tax incentives (in the USA).
Chevrolet will offer the Bolt electric vehicle in all 50 states and many global markets as well.
Chevy Bolt EV Concept Vehicle Details
The Bolt unveiled at the 2015 NAIAS is technically a concept, so some of these specifications could very well change before the vehicle is production ready in late 2016/early 2017.
- 200+ mile range
- 3 driving modes for daily commuting, spirited weekend cruising, and uncompromising electric driving. The various driving modes in the Bolt will adjust accelerator mapping, vehicle ride height, and even suspension stiffness.
- With practically no front or rear overhang, the Bolt EV concept makes the most of interior space providing seating for 5 adults.
- Bolt EV Connect App will allow smartphone to be used as the key fob, allow ride sharing management, including reservations, key sharing, and even payment processing via a smartphone.
- A 10-inch touch screen that controls the Bolt EV Connect app as well as allows projection of other smartphone data onto the screen
- High-intensity LED headlights and taillamps increase visibility while reducing power consumption
- Rear fenders are vented to improve overall aerodynamics
- Lightweight materials like aluminum and carbon fiber help keep down the curb weight
- will share the same Gamma platform as the next-generation Chevrolet Sonic (Gamma G2SC platform)
There is still much we don’t know about the Chevy Bolt electric vehicle (like EPA range, battery size and composition, MPGe efficiency rating etc), but expect Chevy to come out with more specific details in the near future. A production ready version of the vehicle could debut at the LA Auto Show later this year, or perhaps at the Detroit Auto Show in January 2016.