Chevrolet Bolt EV

Chevrolet Bolt EV: Your all electric Chevy Bolt is here


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Chevy Bolt: An Affordable Electric Car

The whole world is moving towards clean energy. Every day more and more manufacturers are entering the electric vehicle market. Chevrolet is an American brand owned by American automotive manufacturer General Motors. The brand is manufacturing cars since 1911. The company is entering into electric revolution with Chevrolet Bolt EV also called Chevy Bolt.

Affordable, smart and all-electric Chevrolet Bolt EV:

The General Motors offered one of the first affordable EVs in the market. From the beginning, the cost of electric cars is too high and it is out of budget of the common people. GM is going ahead with mass-market electric cars.



Features of Chevrolet Bolt EV:

Chevrolet Bolt EV has 238 miles of range on a single charge. The 10.2-inch color display gives all the information at your fingertips. It can go up to 25 miles on one-hour charging at 240V charging unit. The charging of the car is too simple. The plug and play unit makes it as simple as charging your cell phone. Plug-in your bolt when you are at home in the evening and it will be ready by the morning; actually before morning.

Furthermore, location-based charging is also available so you can take advantage of the off-peak electricity rates. When you are at home you simply delay the charging. And, when you move away, you can begin charging immediately.



The car also offers DC fast charging feature. It can give you 90miles of range in 30 minutes at the DC fast public charging stations. It also comes with charging point’s card. So, just go to any public charging station, swipe and you are ready to go.

Chevy Bolt EV Charging
Chevrolet Bolt EV Charging

The Chevy Bolt EV is also comes with the most advanced nickel-rich lithium-ion battery. The battery is based on the successful platform of Chevy Volt. The most noteworthy feature is the 'Chevrolet Complete Care'. It comes with battery and electric component coverage for 8 years or 100000 miles whichever comes first.

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