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Chevy confirms 200-mile electric car for 2017

Chevy confirms 200-mile electric car for 2017

Coming soon to a charging station near you: a 200-mile-range electric vehicle that isn't a Tesla. Chevrolet has confirmed it will begin production on its Bolt EV, a concept car revealed only weeks ago in Detroit. It's now headed into production at a GM plant that currently makes Chevy Sonics. The battery-electric Bolt will sell for $30,000 after government incentives. Only Tesla's Model S, which typically sells for $100,000, has a longer range between charges. Making the announcement at the Chicago Auto Show, GM North America President Alan Batey said reaction to the Detroit reveal at last month's Detroit Auto Show encouraged Chevy to charge ahead with the Bolt....

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