For the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt has had its EPA range increased by 21mi (34km) to 259mi (417km), but little else has changed for the electric hatchback.
The 2020 Chevrolet Bolt has an extra 21mi (34km) of range, bring its EPA range estimate to 259mi (417km). Price remains at US$37,500.
GM has now sold over 200,000 electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, so its qualifying cars won’t qualify for the full US$7,500 federal tax credit from April.
General Motors may soon cross the 200,000 car limit for the US government’s US$7,500 federal tax credit for plug-in hybrid and fully electric cars.
The Chevrolet Bolt is now available in all 50 states, with ordering or stock now available in all American states.
See how little GM had to do to transform the Chevrolet Bolt into the Opel Ampera-e in this side-by-side photo comparison.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt is now available to order across all 50 US states, with deliveries in new markets expected to arrive in August 2017.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV has won the 2017 North American Car of the Year award, well ahead of the Genesis G90 and Volvo S90 luxury sedans.
Kang Chang-beom, vice president of LG Chem, supplier of the Chevrolet Bolt’s batteries, predicted that at least 30,000 hatches will be sold in 2017.
Chevrolet has confirmed that the new Bolt EV will have a base MSRP of US$37,495, and EPA rated range of 238mi (383km) with a fully charged battery.