CES 2016: GM Introduces Chevrolet Bolt EV, An Affordable Long-Range Electric Car

During its CES 2016 keynote session, GM CEO Mary T. Barra unveiled the Chevy Bolt EV on stage. It is a compact fully electric car with a promised range of over 200 miles after a single full charge. More importantly, it will be selling for around $30,000 after tax incentives, making it an affordable alternative for Tesla’s Model S offering. The Chevy Bolt EV will go into production this year, and will also feature a 10.2-inch touchscreen on its center dashboard that runs GM’s MyLink infotainment system.

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Header image courtesy of Chevrolet’s press release.