Chevrolet is putting the Chevy Bolt EV through some enhancements ahead of its release for the 2020 model year. It will offer an even longer driving range on a full charge, as estimated by the EPA. Increasing the distance by 21 miles over its previous iteration, the Volt EV can now travel up to 259 miles on a full charge. That’s pretty incredible, and we cannot wait to take one for a spin ourselves. Check out this spec and many more in the table below!
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“The Chevrolet Bolt EV has been changing consumer perceptions of electric vehicles since its launch in 2016. Great range – now even more – is the foundation of the Bolt EV’s success, and when paired with features like one-pedal driving, Regen on Demand and the instant torque of the EV motor, the vehicle delivers an exceptional driving experience. Chevrolet also is helping to encourage EV adoption by providing customers the necessary tools and services to make EV ownership more convenient.”
– Steve Majoros, Director of Passenger Car and Crossover Marketing, Chevrolet
|Driving Range||259 miles (full charge)|
|120 V Charging Time||4 miles of range per hour|
|240 V Charging Time||Full Charge, 10 hours|
|DC Fast Charge||90 miles in 30 minutes|
|EPA Passenger Volume||94.4 cu. ft.|
|Cargo Capacity||16.9 cu. ft.|
|Max Cargo Capacity||56.6 cu. ft.|
We figured we’d take this opportunity to fill you in on a few of the 2020 Chevy Bolt EV’s other exciting specifications in addition to its driving range. All around, the Bolt EV is looking like a pretty impressive machine. If you agree and think you might want to park one in your own garage, be sure to get in touch with us right here at Broadway Automotive in Green Bay!