Chevrolet Bolt EV- The Car of Tomorrow


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Chevrolet Bolt EV is recently named Motor Trend magazine’s 2017 car of the year. It boasts a pace-setting 238 miles of range—more than triple some of its competitors and beyond what most drivers need without a charge. The car retails at $37,495, which drops below $30,000 with the $7,500 federal tax credit. It also qualifies for a $2,500 purchase rebate from the state of California.  


Chevrolet Bolt EV is a tall hatchback that packs the passenger volume of a mid-size car into the footprint of a compact, and it has the potential to be the first vehicle to bring electric cars into the mainstream—or at least close. From a beautifully sculpted exterior to its impressive performance, spacious interior and advanced technologies, Bolt EV has completely reinvented what an electric vehicle can be.


Bolt Vs its competitors:



Chevrolet Bolt EV

Tesla Model 3

Leaf S

BMW i3 (60ah)






EV Range

238 miles

215 miles

107 miles

80.8 miles



One of the great thing about Bolt EV is you can top off your battery as much or as little as you like. Or you can simply plug in at night and by the morning it’s charged up and ready to go. If you have adopted a TOU EV rate plan, such as the PG&E EV-A, you can enjoy a much lower rate if you charge your EV at night. Since wind turbines produce a majority of energy while you charge a home, you help the environment by efficiently utilizing the clean and renewable energy.


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