Chevy Bolt Production

Two-Hundred-Mile, Electric Chevy Bolt Production to Begin This October

After months and months of anticipation, the much-awaited 2017 Chevrolet Bolt is finally going into production in October, according to Automotive News. A production version of the model was first revealed back in January at the Detroit Auto Show.


The Chevy Bolt electric vehicle – which will get an estimated 200 miles on a single charge – will easily be one of the most fuel-efficient vehicles on the road, raising the bar for the entire industry.


This rigorous production schedule will put the release of the Chevy Bolt ahead of both the Tesla Model 3 and the next-generation of the Nissan Leaf. Rumor also has it that some of the Chevy Bolt models will go to Lyft drivers.


But do not worry – there will be plenty of 2017 Chevy Bolt production models to go around. To learn more or to “get in line” for a Chevy Bolt, contact us or visit us anytime here at El Dorado Chevrolet.

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