Actress Mary McCormack, best known for her role on the political drama “The West Wing,” called Tesla out on Saturday after her husband’s Model S abruptly caught fire while in traffic, a sight she captured on video and has since been shared widely on social media. The incident caught the attention of General Motors,…
General Motors builds lots of “incomplete” commercial vehicles that can be outfitted by fleets to be turned into things like limousines or moving vans. Now it’s doing the same for the Chevrolet Bolt, making for an electric vehicle that will become the smallest and most efficient member of this commercial family.
Oscar Nilsson filed a lawsuit against General Motors Monday concerning a collision between Nilsson on his motorcycle and a Chevy Bolt involved in GM’s Cruise self-driving test program in San Francisco.
The Chevy Bolt outsold almost every other plug-in hybrid and electric car that wasn’t a Tesla Model S in 2017, making it one of the most successful electric vehicle launches in recent memory.
The Chevy Bolt is fine and nice, and the CUV or crossover teased by Mary Barra at Barclay’s Auto Conference this week will probably be fine and nice. GM’s CEO also teased a bunch of other electric vehicles, including a possible sports car, which could be Cadillac.
Automakers already have a hard time selling electric vehicles in the United States, and it may become even more of a challenge under the sweeping tax cut legislation unveiled by House Republicans on Thursday. The House tax bill calls for an immediate repeal of a $7,500 tax credit per electric vehicle, reports …
Here is the 2018 Nissan Leaf, a car we’ve already heard almost everything about. It may look like you wouldn’t be able to tell if it was a Chevy Bolt or a Honda Fit if it got in even the slightest of traffic incidents, but the technology has been improved and it actually seems like a pretty sweet deal.
General Motors is taking precaution and has begun alerting customers who purchased early-production Chevrolet Bolts that they may experience sudden loss of propulsion in certain low-voltage conditions.
As other automakers and electric-minded newcomers continue to take a swing at replacing the everyday commuter car with something powered solely with batteries, Nissan seems to be interested in staying in a smaller part of the slowly-growing EV segment with its upcoming next-generation Leaf.
You wouldn’t think the Chevrolet Bolt could compete against the Volkswagen GTI, but they’re more similar than you maybe want to believe. The Fast Lane Car answered the question of which is faster off the line: all-electric or powered by plain old gasoline.
General Motors has been pretty up front with releasing raw (sped-up) footage of its autonomous Chevy Bolt EVs driving around town. The latest clip released this week shows a close-call with the car and a risky raccoon looking to get across the road.
Picture yourself as an environmentally-conscious citizen, one who wants to Do Your Part by purchasing an electric vehicle to reduce your annual fuel consumption. You go to the dealer. They offer you two options: a Nissan Leaf for about $30,000 and a range of up to 107 miles on a full charge, or a Chevy Bolt for a…
Chevy is already a few months into its gradual roll out of its new Chevy Bolt electric car, and the local dealerships are excited to get people scuttling about in them with an onslaught of ads—even if they don’t all quite understand exactly how an electric car works.
The new 2017 Chevrolet Bolt could be the car that finally launches an EV revolution, but in the meantime, the automaker unceremoniously announced it’s going to discontinue the Bolt’s sibling, the also-sudden-flash-of-something-named Spark.
Did you know you can buy cars at Costco? You can, and they don’t even seem to be in huge 48-packs. In fact, one of the cars you seem to be able to buy is a 2017 Chevy Bolt, which is interesting because the new Chevy electric car isn’t available on Chevy’s own site yet. Whoops.
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The electric car range-wars just got interesting with the EPA’s announcement last night that the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt will go 238 miles in combined city and highway driving. That makes it the only electric car under $40,000 to have an over-200 mile range, and not only gives it better range than a base $66,000 Tesla…
Most of us know Steve “Woz” Wozniak as the guy who took advantage of the NTSC color burst signal as a way to get cheap color computer graphics. Oh, also, he founded Apple. Woz has been a very visible owner of a Tesla Model S, but it now looks like he’s considering switching to a Chevy Bolt, according to his Facebook…
According to a Chevrolet dealer in Southern California, the all-new, all-electric Chevy Bolt will not be available for pre-order until November of this year—three months later than the original August date announced at the vehicle’s launch, according to a report by CleanTechnica.
General Motors was really excited about introducing the all-electric Chevy Bolt earlier this year, being the only major automaker to bring a practical 200 mile range EV rival to Tesla’s Model 3 to market an entire year sooner. The problem with the Bolt is that it won’t be exciting to American buyers.