Friday, June 12, 2015

2017 Chevy Bolt Spotted

2017 Chevy Bolt Spotted

DURAND, Mich.– It’s not everyday that someone’s camera captures a crisp image of lightning, but the images of the 2017 Chevy Bolt spotted in a test-drive are electric.

The 2017 Chevy Bolt spotted was donning black and white camouflage that automakers typically use to disguise their prototypes. Regardless of the camouflage, the vehicle’s shape and creases stand out and ensure that the new EV will be just as stylish as Chevy’s other models.

2017 Chevy Bolt Spotted

Aside from its assumed looks, what makes the 2017 Bolt so intriguing is the astonishing claim that the EV can endure 200 miles on one electric charge. How exactly the hatchback is capable of such distance as an EV is uncertain, but we’re expecting to see something marvelous under the hood once Chevy brings the 2017 Bolt to market, as you can tell in this video:

By keeping the cost of purchase down at $30,000, Chevy plans to broaden its EV consumer segment with the 2017 Bolt, which will be manufactured at General Motors’ factory in Lake Orion, Mich. That’s not a bad price considering the technology behind the 2017 Bolt! There’s a reason why people love buying vehicles from Chevy. The 2017 Bolt is one example, but the New Chevy Cars and New Chevy Trucks at our New Lothrup Area Chevy Dealership also explain why.

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