Chevy Bolt Production Begins as Test Models Are Created
After months of anticipation, the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV is finally going into production, as test models begin to roll off the Orion Assembly line in Michigan. The revolutionary vehicle should be available nationwide, sometime soon.
The impressive new Chevy Bolt EV aims to be the ideal, affordable electric vehicle, perfect for the average driver looking to increase their fuel efficiency and save money otherwise wasted on gasoline.
In fact, the Bolt is said to get about 200 miles on a single charge, which is particularly impressive considering the vehicle’s compact size. Plus, estimates say that the Chevy Bolt should sell for the reasonable price of about $30,000, after government rebates.
Early test drivers of the Bolt have also praised its top-notch handling, which is due largely to its low center of gravity. Inside the Bolt, a flat battery pack sits low in the vehicle’s floor, balancing the model.
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