Car parts manufacturer Chevy Bolt and Ford F150 are now available for sale at auto parts stores and online.
Both the Bolt and F-450 are part of the new Bolt+ line of electric vehicles that also includes the Bolt EV, which starts at $35,000, and the Bolt Sport, which is $42,000.
Chevy Bolt Bolt+ buyers will be able to take advantage of Bolt+’s 10% off sales discount.
Bolt Bolt+ will be available for purchase in November at participating dealers and online at carparts.com, and by December 31, it will be offered at over 30,000 dealers nationwide.
Ford F—Y, Jeep Cherokee, Lincoln Navigator, and Chevy Spark are all expected to be offered by 2018.
The Bolt+ lineup includes the new F-Series, F-250, F–Series, and F150, which have a range of around 100 miles on a single charge.
The F150 has an EPA-estimated range of 220 miles on the highway, and is available with a range extender (RME) to help increase range.
Both the F-300 and F–300+ models are available with electric motors.
The new F–series is available starting at $37,400 and F—250 starting at nearly $45,000 while the F–500 and F—600 are available at more than $55,000 for the same vehicle.
The new F150 comes with an optional 6.3-liter EcoBoost EcoBoost V8 engine, while the new models F-X and F –X have the 7.0-liter turbocharged V6 that offers a 545hp peak and 572hp peak.
The all-new F-100 comes with a 7.5-liter V8 that is rated at 455hp and 540lb-ft of torque.
Both models have rear and all-wheel drive.
Both models are powered by the same 4.0L inline-six gasoline engine, with an output of 623hp and 527lb-foot of torque from a six-speed automatic transmission.
Both have a front-wheel-drive configuration, and are available in three trim levels: Basic, Advanced, and Deluxe.
The 2018 Chevrolet Bolt EV comes with four-wheel steering and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, while it has a 7MP camera with auto-focus and an eight-megapixel rear-facing camera.
Chevrolet also offers a 7,000-mile warranty, and it can tow a maximum of 7,300 pounds.
Ford Fusion Hybrid has an EcoBoost engine rated at 540hp and 525lb-feet of torque, and a base price of $27,995, and Ford Fusion SE is priced at $28,995.
Ford Fusion Electric has an engine rated by Ford at 572 hp and 542lb-fts of torque and a range that can reach 155 miles per charge.
The 2017 Ford Fusion is available in the basic package, and comes with all-electrical features including a five-speed manual transmission, eight-inch touch screen infotactics, a rear-view camera, and Bluetooth, USB, and GPS connectivity.
The Fusion SE offers a six.3L inline four-cylinder engine rated for 425hp and 460lb- ft of torque with electric power steering and electric brakes.
It also has a sevenMP camera, which offers a front and rear camera, front and side camera, a dual-zone climate control, and an 8MP rear camera.
The Fusion Hybrid is priced from $30,995 to $33,995 and comes in three options: Basic with a five speed manual transmission and eight-in-one electronic package, Advanced with a six speed manual, six-cylinders rated at 456hp and 450lb- feet of torque for electric power and brakes, and Premium with a seven speed manual and six-in one electronic package.
The Advanced edition comes with the sevenMP rear-camera, eightMP front camera, eightGB of RAM, and 5G LTE connectivity.
The 2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid and Fusion SE are available starting from $33.500 and $36,000 respectively.
The 2019 Ford Fusion, Fusion EV, and Fusion E are all available starting in November.
The 2019 Fusion has a price tag of $35.5k, and for the all-electric Fusion E, the price drops to $30k.
The 2017 and 2018 Ford Fusion are also on sale.
The Tesla Model S is a premium luxury electric sedan with a price of between $85,000 and $120,000 depending on options, and there are several options to choose from.
Both models are sold with the optional 5G wireless charging system.
The 2018 Tesla Model X has a base Model S price of around $107,500, and offers up to a 70,000 mile warranty.
The Model X is available for $