Chevy Bolt will give a tough time to Tesla
Today, Tesla is the sole automaker that has an electric car ready to drive many miles on a solitary charge. The majority of alternate EVs available are restricted to some place around 50 miles on a solitary charge. The issue for the general customer is that the Tesla is excessively extravagant for standard clients and the driving scope of standard EVs is not sufficiently high for bunches of individuals to consider.
That driving range and expense issue may be explained by Chevy when it discharges the Bolt EV. Specialists report that in testing model Bolt EVs have possessed the capacity to accomplish the objective 200-mile driving range on a solitary charge. So far there have been 50 preproduction model Bolts tested. The cars are being officially built and tested in Seoul, Korea and Orion Township, South Korea; where different production plants and factories are located that are working exclusively for these cars.
After its current round of testing, the Bolt is expected to launch sometime in 2016. The autos have apparently been tested repeatedly at the GM Milford Proving Grounds and testing is said to have been certain in this way. It's not clear when the testing on the model autos will be finished or when the autos may arrive in merchant showrooms.
In the event that GM has the capacity to convey an EV with a 200-mile range at a moderate value, it may be the best standard EV, till today.