Chevrolet Bolt In Stunning 3D (w/video)


Chevrolet Bolt By Humster3D

Chevrolet Bolt By Humster3D

Check out these stunning 3D shots/renderings of the Chevrolet Bolt EV. Exquisite detail, 360-degree viewing and the ability to zoom in makes these images truly unique.

Creator Humster3D states the following:

The 3d model based on a real car, created according to the original dimensions.

All model files were “smoothed”. We can provide product files with original geometry by your request. All main parts of the model are separated objects. Therefore, you can easy change all materials.

We provide several formats for each model, most of them available by default.

* images rendered with using V-Ray plugin (we don’t include lighting and environment to a set).

You can download (for a fee) the 3D model of the Chevrolet Bolt here.

Or you can check it out yourself (free of charge) by clicking the link above and not downloading any of the files.

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37 Comments on "Chevrolet Bolt In Stunning 3D (w/video)"

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Let the EV revolution begin!

lol… I get it.

Cool! Not crazy about the looks but for me utility is paramount, so I can live with that.
Not as ugly as the i3.

It’s sort of grown on me, but I think that it lacks, like most GM cars, an emotional impact. It’s like you can almost see how the original lines could have created passion but then they were toned down for an “inoffensive” final product.

Still, it will have something no Tesla to date has had: quality. If the Bolt is in the same ballpark as the Volt then it will be among the most reliable cars on the road. I’ll take that over passionate styling because I need a functional car. Nevertheless I wish Chevy had gotten the styling right because of course I’d rather drive a sexy car and even more importantly it would sell better and bring down CO2 emissions faster.

This isn’t an ugly car, but the Bolt concept was much, much better looking. The lost too much of the original design.

Still, I’d totally buy it. Should be a very nice car.

That’s the way it goes, concept nearly always looks better than the final product.

There is nothing “quality” about the Chevy Volt. It has disgusting awkward interior, easily-scratched plastic lining everything on the outside. Weird textures and synthetic fabrics. Poor displays, convoluted interfaces, excessive buttons, and crappy audio, etc.

I think the word you are looking for is “value”. It is decent for the money you spend, but is not for the discerning crowd at all.

Consumer Reports and current Chevy Volt owners seem to think they are high quiality as in reliable an long lasting…

The Chevy brand has never been for the “discerning crowd” in any way shape or form.

I don’t agree w/anything you said, speaking as an owner for almost 4 years now.

Certainly entitled to your opinion and after that little speech we all know where you stand.

Way better looks than Leaft and i3

Are you talking about that same i3 that is the car of the future…with the carbon fiber life module, aggressive regen braking, all that roominess and super performance..and won all those impressive awards for innovation..not to talk about it being the most fuel efficient car ever built..I think the i3 is beautiful!

Is the Bolt designed to carry objects on the roof? I can’t imagine any other reason for the ridges up there. That would be useful.

Hard to believe a small car like that can go 200 miles on batteries!

It could have gone a lot farther if GM had done a better job on the aerodynamics. It’s well known that a sloped rear window (like an airplane wing) is much more efficient than a chopped-off rear typical of CUV’s, SUV’s, Vans, Trucks … and the BOLT.

Yes, but it would be as ugly as Model X or BMW GT or Acura ZDX.

And it would require a much longer chassis which would weigh more.

You’re the second person today — or ever — that I’ve seen call the Model X “ugly”. And I think you’re both mad.

Eco, the squared off tail or Kammback/Kamm Tail can be really aerodynamic. The ’87 Honda Civic CR-X is an example of a squared off tail that is actually pretty slick and it isn’t completely dissimilar to the Bolt.
Is it as slick as it should be? Maybe not, but it is fairly decent with regards to CdA.
The Volt and the Leaf aren’t exactly champs when it comes to Cd, with 0.28 and 0.32 respectively. The Model S has the advantage of length and gets a 0.24 Cd.
The Bolt Cd is supposed to be around 0.31 so it is only fair.

That CdA was supposed to be Cd. Rats.

The EPA cycle used to determine total range includes urban cycles, highway, heat and cold. The average mph is about 45 mph. The Bolt’s higher Cd would cause it to use about 0.8 kW more power than the Model 3 in this cycle. This would reduce range by about 10 miles with a 60 kWh battery. The far greater utility of the higher roof and cargo compartment was probably a good tradeoff.

It is likely that the better Cd is largely the reason that Tesla is estimating the Model 3 EPA range of about 215 miles as opposed to the Bolt’s 200 miles.

HVACman, I won’t be surprised if the Bolt’s hwy AER is around 205 miles. If you drive 70 mph or more, it will be considerably less, but if you drive at 65 or a bit less, you will be able to drive for more than 2 1/2 hours at “highway” speed and still have a 30 mile reserve. It is too bad that there won’t be a network of 60+ kW DC fast chargers out there to recharge them. Yet.
The GM engineers are sounding kind of bullish and I think they will over-deliver by a small margin.

People don’t buy cars just for their aerodynamics. The hatch design is functional allows you to actually use the space in the car.

Damn, that grey makes the car look tiny.

It is a small car on wheelbase and overall length.

It is GM version of Honda Fit EV but with longer EV range.

For $37,000 I’m a little concerned about the quality of that crude rear suspension.

Why is there any quality concerns when that so called “crude” suspension is usd to save space?

It got both coil spring and shock, I don’t know why it is even called “crude”…

Volt has torsion bar instead of coil spring and apparently it functions just fine reliably.

It’s not a quality issue, it’s a potential ride/handling issue. Would have been nicer with a rear indie but I guess the extra cargo space will also be nice.

“potentially” is the key word.

In the case of Volt, the ride seems to be fine.

Pls define crude and stipulate what concerns do you exactly have. Without it, your post is full of empty spaces …

Its called engineering and cost containment…

The previos generation Mustang had a solid rear axle to save costs and it was able to equal a BMW 3 series around race tracks…

You mention that it is in 3D, but there is no mention that this is in Pulfrich 3D. To see it in 3D, you need either Pulfrich 3D glasses or an ND (neutral density) filter in front of the left eye. Without the Pulfrich glasses (NOT anaglyph!) or filter, you do not see any 3D. If anyone has any questions about Pulfrich 3D, you may reach me at:

Don’t worry so much.., you’re missing Nothing!

That car is about as stunning as Mary.

A horrendous looking car in stunning 3D!

Still better than the Model X.

The Model X was never going to be sexy. It was more of a BMW X6 type of roomier car and both of them are a bit bloated but utilitarian.