CES has been all about the future of cars this year, so it makes a fitting home for General Motors’ most serious entry into the all-electric car game ever. At last, meet the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt. It looks pretty good!
In fact, dare I say the production Bolt looks better than the somewhat awkward and ungainly Bolt concept that showed up at last year’s Detroit Auto Show. It’s definitely practical and down-to-earth, but sleek, and with several styling cues from newer Chevy cars like the hybrid Volt.
What do we know about it? So far, not a ton, except for two all-important figures: range and price. Chevy says it will cost around $30,000 after government incentives and get more than 200 miles of range on a single charge. It will also get an 80 percent charge in 60 minutes. (Read more details here, since the car leaked out a bit early on CNET last night.)