One of the limitations of electric vehicles is the limited range they offer, but the Chevrolet Bolt EV range looks to help curb consumer woes on this subject. Capable of providing an estimated 238-miles of driving, the vehicle was tested by the EPA and looks to take on major electric vehicle players like Tesla with a low price point and exceptional value.
The Chevrolet Bolt is set to sell for $37,500, but that price drops down to $30,000 with the United State federal tax rebate for electric vehicles that's valued at $7,500.
Speaking on the Chevrolet Bolt EV range and design, Chief Engineer of the vehicle, Josh Tavel, said, "While range is important, we knew Bolt EV owners would want more -- more space and more power -- and the Bolt EV delivers. Our team took special pride in optimizing every aspect of this vehicle, especially its impressive range and ride dynamics."
The New Chevrolet Bolt EV Range is an Estimated 238 Miles Per Charge
Michael Hemsworth — September 13, 2016 — Autos
References: media.chevrolet & geeky-gadgets