Chevy Bolt EVs will be available for purchase starting this fall.
The Chevy Bolt will be the first electric vehicle in the U.S. to hit the road.
The Bolt will arrive on September 15th in the form of the Chevrolet Bolt EV, a new plug-in hybrid vehicle that has the best of both worlds.
The Bolt EV is the first car from GM to hit American roads with an all-electric drivetrain.
The Bolt EV’s electric motor produces nearly 400 horsepower, but the battery pack has enough power to be able to drive up to 80 miles on a single charge.
If the Bolt EV delivers on the promise of being the best-selling electric vehicle ever, the electric drivetrain will allow it to get to market faster than the average American car.
When it does hit the roads, the Bolt will have a range of about 260 miles.
Chevy Bolt owners will be able choose from three models: the Bolt C, Bolt EV and Bolt EV+ models.
The Chevrolet Bolt is a plug-up hybrid vehicle with an electric motor.
The battery pack can be charged up to 85 miles per charge.
The Volt will have similar range and a battery pack that can be used for 30 days.
The Tesla Model 3 has a range similar to the Bolt.
However, Tesla Model S owners will have to choose from the Model 3 and Model X models.
The Tesla Model X will come with an 85-mile range and will cost $100,000.