The Chevrolet Bolt, aka Opel Ampera-e, won’t be made in right hand drive, ruling out versions of the EV hatch for Vauxhall and Holden.
Most eco cars start with the premise of maximizing aerodynamic efficiency, the Chevrolet Bolt EV prioritized a spacious body instead.
GM has unveiled the Opel Ampera-e, a lightly restyled version of the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt hatchback for the European market.
Production of the Chevrolet Bolt, loosely based on last year’s concept, will begin at the end of 2016. Range will be over 200mi (322km).
Unveiled at the 2015 Detroit Motor Show, the electric Chevrolet Bolt concept has a target price of US$30,000 and a projected driving range of 200mi (320km).