2021 Chevy Bolt Redesign, Release Date, Price, & Spy Shots – The Chevy Bolt first launched in the U.S. back in December 2018. In doing this, it became the first long-range, semi-reasonably priced electric car on the market. In the coming years, the Bolt will reportedly kind the foundation for at least 2 new electric vehicles from GM, with one expected to be a crossover.
But when are we to expect the next-gen Bolt to show up? Effectively, with respect to a forecast organization, a new Bolt will not enter generation till January of 2021 (we personally feel it would appear earlier), which is still nearly seven years far from today and that means the recent Bolt could have an item cycle of roughly 8 years. That is long by today’s requirements.
The recent Bolt should go 238 miles on a single charge and starts at $36,620 prior to the national income tax credit history. 2021 is far off, but it is achievable to consider a very similar sized car with next-generation battery technology could effortlessly travel 400 miles per charge by then and we’d hope to see a starting price in the mid $20,000 range as well.