The automaker’s latest electric vehicle has been delayed to a later date than previously expected.
The Chevrolet Bolt will not hit stores until next summer at the earliest, and that’s not because of some major safety or design problems, but instead because of the fact that the vehicle will be based on the Chevrolet Bolt platform, the company said.
That means the Bolt will only be available in select markets starting with the UK.
The automaker said that the delay is in order to make sure that “customers and partners in the U.S. have the best possible experience for the Bolt.”
That includes the U, the European Union, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, and Mexico.
The new Bolt will be available with a range of 350 to 500 miles and the battery pack will be upgraded to an 85-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery, which will deliver more energy.
It will be the first electric vehicle to be released in the US, and it will be manufactured in China.
As the Bolt’s name implies, it is a “sustainable” electric vehicle that runs on a hydrogen fuel cell.
The automatons new car is also designed to be an environmentally friendly vehicle.
There will be no greenhouse gas emissions in its production process, the automatony said.
It also promises to have zero-emissions charging points and will be powered by a new electric motor that is rated at 10kW.
While the Bolt has been announced as a luxury vehicle, it will likely have less of an impact on the environment than other luxury cars.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, there will be an estimated 11,000 hydrogen fueling stations in the United States by 2025.
With the Bolt, the car maker is taking a different approach.
At $30,000, the Bolt can be priced significantly lower than some luxury vehicles.
Some of those are the Mercedes-Benz E300 and the BMW X5, for example.
Even the BMW i3 is priced significantly less than the Bolt.
For its part, the Chevy Bolt has not been cheap.
It is the third-most expensive electric car in the world, after the BMW 3 Series and the Tesla Model S. If you want to see the Bolt at its best, you will want to make the trek out to California for a test drive.
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