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'''Chevrolet Bolt. 2017 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door sedan. F/F, 60 kWh electric.''' Slotting under the [[Chevrolet Volt (2016–)|Volt]], and on an individual platform. GM Korea-designed body, with LG of Korea supplying the batteries, located where the fuel tank normally would be. Electric motors gave it a 383 km range, confirmed by journalists in the US at the time. Twinned with [[Opel]] Ampera-e.
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'''Chevrolet Bolt. 2017 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door sedan. F/F, 60, 66 kWh electric.''' Slotting under the [[Chevrolet Volt (2016–)|Volt]], and on an individual platform. GM Korea-designed body, with LG of Korea supplying the batteries, located where the fuel tank normally would be. Electric motors gave it a 383 km range, confirmed by journalists in the US at the time. Twinned with [[Opel]] Ampera-e. Range increased to 417 km for 2020 model year with more battery capacity.
  
  

Latest revision as of 10:04, 14 February 2020

2017 Chevrolet Bolt.jpg

Chevrolet Bolt. 2017 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door sedan. F/F, 60, 66 kWh electric. Slotting under the Volt, and on an individual platform. GM Korea-designed body, with LG of Korea supplying the batteries, located where the fuel tank normally would be. Electric motors gave it a 383 km range, confirmed by journalists in the US at the time. Twinned with Opel Ampera-e. Range increased to 417 km for 2020 model year with more battery capacity.


Manufacturing location: Orion Township, Michigan, USA

Marque: Chevrolet







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