The production version of the new Chevrolet Bolt will be unveiled in January 2016.
The latest production version of the Chevrolet Bolt will come in January 2016. The latest model will make its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show. The CES (Consumer Electronic Show) is especially known for its latest technology in cars. So it’s understandable the most innovative car by GM will be unveiled at the show.
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The General Motors global product development boss Mark Reuss made the announcement. The announcement was made at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The Chevrolet Bolt concept was first revealed back at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.
When the Bolt was unveiled it made a huge splash. The hatchback concept promised a 200-mile electric range, according to The Verge. Furthermore the Bolt assured an estimated a price of only about $30,000. The idea was intriguing since an affordable EV by a major automaker was unheard of.
The Bolt was also challenging the Nissan Leaf concept. The Chevrolet Bolt will also rival the upcoming Tesla Model S. As both cars will have prices not more than 40K and provide longer mileage on electric vehicles.
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Later it was announced the Bolt will be developed at the Orion Assembly Plant in Michigan. Reportedly the Bolt will arrive at dealerships in 2017. However an official date of release for the new Bolt has not been confirmed. The marketing plan by the company aims to sell Bolt in all fifty states of the US.