buying If You Want a Chevrolet Bolt, You Should Get One This Year

00:25  24 april  2018
00:25  24 april  2018 Source:   motortrend.com

Chevrolet Bolt EV on Summer Tires: When Electricity Meets Grip

  Chevrolet Bolt EV on Summer Tires: When Electricity Meets Grip Blasphemy or brilliance? How ultra-high-performance tires affect EV range and driving dynamicsTurning onto the Pacific Coast Highway, I was immediately impressed with the Bolt's instant power, quickness, quietness, and surprisingly, its handling. The heavy weight of the battery pack mounted low into the Bolt's floor gives the hatchback a low center of gravity, resulting in very nimble and fun handling dynamics. This gave me enough confidence to plow through an empty corner at a high rate of speed as if I was driving a sports car. Bad idea! Still green behind the ears, I failed to factor one thing into the equation: tires.

Those future plans include two new Bolt -based electric vehicles that should arrive next year , and by 2023, GM says its lineup will include at least 20 all-electric vehicles. Chevrolet Bolt Production Gets a 20 Percent Increase.

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Officially, the Chevrolet Bolt starts at $37,495 including destination. But because it qualifies for a $7,500 federal tax credit, the base price is effectively less than $30,000. Further sweetening the deal, many states offer additional rebates or tax credits to reward buying electric vehicles. Once Chevrolet sells more than 200,000 fully electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, though, that changes. According to official estimates, Chevy will pass that mark later this year.

"Our forecast will put us probably third quarter," Steve Majoros, Chevrolet's head of cars and crossovers, recently told reporters. "So if you were to run down the walk-down, that would give us the third and fourth quarter of this year at the full tax credit." That's because, as Majoros pointed out, the tax credit only gets cut two quarters after an automaker crosses that 200,000-unit threshold. "As you know, the wind-down is 50 percent [in the] first two quarters of next year, and then 25 percent in the last two. So it's a six-quarter draw-down. That's kind of where we stand right now," he said.

C5 Corvette's 773,338-mile journey ends at the Corvette Museum

  C5 Corvette's 773,338-mile journey ends at the Corvette Museum Owner's previous Corvette had 342,000 miles.To save you the math, that's an average of about 43,000 miles per year, or about 117 miles per day, every day, for 18 years. Blackwell logs a lot of highway trips to Georgia and southern Florida for work.

Bolt EV also offers owners added peace of mind with Chevrolet Complete Care, which includes battery and electric component coverage for 8 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first .† Plus, you get to customize the type of data you want displayed based on your personal preference – from

If You Want a Chevrolet Bolt , You Should Get One This Year - Motor Trend. According to one source, Chevrolet showed dealers the production version, called the ZR2 Bison, and promised it would go on sale later this year .

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Once the federal incentives run out, that doesn't mean Chevrolet will stop building electric cars. "We're just keeping a watchful eye on what winds up happening there," said Majoros. "There's a lot of conversation about, 'Is it going to extend? Is it going to change?' But whatever's going to happen is not going to change our philosophy on what we're building and what we're putting out there.

Those future plans include two new Bolt-based electric vehicles that should arrive next year, and by 2023, GM says its lineup will include at least 20 all-electric vehicles. But if you're considering buying a Bolt EV or Volt plug-in hybrid, you should probably do that before the end of the year. Otherwise, it'll cost at least an extra $3,750.

StarCom owner Derrike Cope to drive second entry at Dover .
StarCom Racing will run two cars at this weekend’s NASCAR Cup series race at Dover, with 58-year-old team owner and 1990 Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope returning to driving duties. Cope competed in select races in 2017 as StarCom prepared for its first full year but stepped back for the role when Jeffrey Earnhardt was signed for ’18.Earnhardt and StarCom parted ways after five difficult races, and Landon Cassill stepped in as driver of the No. 00 Chevrolet Camaro after he was dropped from Front Row Motorsports at the end of 2017.

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