Chevrolet Bolt EV Offers 238 Real World/EPA Rated Miles (383 km) Of Range
General Motors has far surpassed range expectations for its upcoming, all-electric Bolt EV.
What once was the Chevy that could do about ~200 miles of range, is now the affordable EV with 238 miles (383 km) of real world/EPA range (announcement/details here).
And GM didn't stop there.
Besides re-confirming that the car would arrive at select dealers by year's end, AND have a starting MSRP under $37,500, GM put out a library of short films covering the basics on a vast array of topics - all of which you can watch below:
*-Charging times *-How long does the battery last? *-Maximizing your range *-How long does the battery last? *-How far on a single charge? *-Can you top off your charge at any time? *-The different charging options *-The difference in driving all-electric *-Do you need gas? *-Where Can I Charge the Bolt EV When I'm Not at Home?Bolt EV: Charging Time
Bolt EV: Maximizing Your Range
Bolt EV: The Different Charging Options
Bolt EV: The Difference In Driving All Electric
Bolt EV: Is the Bolt EV for Me?
Bolt EV: Can You Top Off Your Charge At Any Time?
Bolt EV: Do You Need Gas?
Bolt EV: Where Can I Charge the Bolt EV When I'm Not at Home?
Bolt EV: How Long Does The Battery Last?