Chevy has been showing off its Bolt concept for a while now, but just today we finally got to see the official, production 2017 Chevy Bolt revealed at CES. If you’re a fan of either Chevy vehicles, EVs, or just the automotive industry in general — we think you’ll find something to appreciate about the new Bolt. But when does the 2017 Chevy Bolt come out? Read on to learn more!
What is the 2017 Chevy Bolt?
The 2017 Bolt is Chevy’s newest pure electric EV that is set to come out in late 2016. Yes, we know, but we just started 2016! Well, some good things are worth waiting for, and we think the Chevy Bolt is one of them! Not only will the Bolt only run off its battery and electric motor, but Chevy is planning to release it in all 50 states. You can expect to get more than a 200 mile range on one charge, according to GM. It’s also estimated to come with an MSRP of $30,000, and will come with an option for DC fast charging.
What don’t we know about the 2017 Chevy Bolt yet?
There’s a few tidbits that we don’t know about the 2017 Chevy Bolt yet, but we should hear more soon — possibly even at the Detroit Auto show later. Some of the main questions still on our mind are how long it will take to charge the Bolt, its exact pricing, what it will offer for trim variations and the exact driving range. As well as some other more fun questions, like what colors it will be available in — we’re hoping for the Kinetic Blue that is available on the Volt!