OKEMOS, Mich.– Nothing gives us more of a jolt than when someone spots a new Chevy prototype, as with a recent 2017 Chevy Bolt sighting Autoblog made during the vehicle’s first test-drive.
The big news behind the 2017 Bolt is that one electric charge is expected to keep the innovative hatchback running for up to 200 miles. It’s uncertain what technology or machinery under the Bolt’s hood could allow for such incredible performance, but after watching this video we've concluded it has to be something good:
Unfortunately, as with all prototypes, the 2017 Chevy Bolt sighting mostly revealed the white and black swirls of camouflage hiding its true image. However, the contours and general shape of the EV are still very apparent. Based on the photos, things are looking good for the Bolt, which will be manufactured at a General Motors factory in Lake Orion, Mich.
Chevy plans to widen its EV consumer segment with the introduction of the 2017 Bolt, which is projected to cost $30,000 after potential tax incentives. For an EV with a range of 200 miles, the price seems well worth it. Chevy is always coming out with game-changers like the 2017 Bolt, and the New Chevy Cars and New Chevy Trucks at our Okemos Chevy Dealership speak to that!
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