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  1. Opel & Vauxhall News
    Vatican City wants to become the first C02 free country in the world through the use of electric mobility and renewable energy. During Laudato Sì, a sustainability conference addressing key environmental issues and future mobility, hosted by the Vatican earlier this week, Opel's CEO Dr...
  2. Global Chevrolet News
    From December 2016 to April 2, 2017, Chevy Bolt owners in the United States covered 4,570,300 miles, saving an estimated 175,000 gallons of gas. 3,492 examples of Chevy's latest pure electric car have been sold across California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon...
  3. Global Chevrolet News
    General Motors began taking pre-orders in South Korea last week for the all-electric Bolt. In under two hours, the entirety of the first shipment was spoken for. By the end of that day, March 17, more than 2,000 additional orders had been placed, proving - once again - that GM is killing it in...
  4. Global Chevrolet News
    The Bay Area's iconic hills and eclectic culture has always played home to misfits and oddities, only now the drug fiends and overzealous undergrads have given way to a different kind of strange from Silicon Valley; making it entirely fitting that General Motors decided to let media run loose...
  5. Global Chevrolet News
    Just a few short weeks after the first American customers received their Bolt EVs, Chevy Canada is proud to announce the first two Bolt buyers in Canada! Currently cars are in transit to Ontario, Quebec, and British Columbia before the rest of the country receives theirs later this year...
  6. Global Chevrolet News
    Kyle Vogt, the CEO of GM's recently acquired autonomous driving company, Cruise Automation, recently posted a video of an Chevrolet Bolt EV driving itself around San Francisco. The video shows the car successfully meanders through stop-and-go traffic in downtown Frisco, obeying all traffic...
  7. Global Chevrolet News
    UPDATE: Fred Ligouri from Chevrolet Communications confirmed GM is aware and is currently investigating. One Bolt owner thinks Skynet may already be here. Fresh off its North American Car of the Year victory (despite being classified as a crossover) and just days ahead of its official media...
  8. Global Chevrolet News
    Like the Fiat 500e, the Chevrolet Bolt is being sold at a loss. Bloomberg reports General Motors could lose as much as $9,000 for each Chevrolet Bolt that leaves the dealership lot. Strict government regulations, started in the state of California and adopted by nine other states including New...
  9. Global Chevrolet News
    The 2017 Chevy Bolt EV has not even had its first customer delivery yet but has already accrued some of the highest honors that can be bestowed on a car. Having received at least eight major awards, and counting, the $30,000 after federal subsidy Bolt EV cuts by more than half what an electric...
  10. Global Chevrolet News
    GM Financial just released attractive leasing details for the $37,495, 238-mile Chevrolet Bolt EV. LeaseHackr discovered the details; after incentives, with zero money down, it's possible to drive away in a base model 2017 Chevy Bolt for just $309/month if you live in California. The Bolt...
  11. Global Chevrolet News
    Shoppers outside of Oregon and California eager to get their hands on Chevy's new 238-mile Chevy Bolt EV will have to wait a bit longer. The Wall Street Journal reports the Bolt will not be widely available before next spring. According to Chevrolet media rep Michelle Malcho, the car will see a...
  12. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Environmentalists and those close to the electric car sphere aren't happy right now, as Donald Trump's ascendancy to the Oval Office could put the kibosh on green ambitions. There's talk of a rollback of fuel economy targets, of California no longer being allowed to be "special" (at least, when...
  13. Global Chevrolet News
    The new Chevrolet Bolt is the 2017 AutoGuide.com Reader's Choice Green Car of the Year. The five-door hatchback features an all-electric powertrain with a total output of 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque while returning a range of 238 miles. The Chevrolet Bolt is heading to...
  14. Global Chevrolet News
    General Motors' 238-mile electric car starting at $37,495 before a $7,500 federal tax credit is reportedly now being produced on "a slow assembly line" at the company's Orion Township, Mich. plant. A story by the Associated Press says California and Oregon participating dealers are to get the...
  15. Global Chevrolet News
    Courtesy of the Edmunds build and price tool we now know more details about Chevy's new 200-hp BEV. For one, fully loaded, and before federal incentives, the 238-mile Bolt will arrive with an MSRP of $43,905 (including destination), which isn't all that bad when you consider the Premier trim...
  16. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Shortlist nominees for the 2017 World Car of the Year award were recently announced, with GM earning themselves seven potential entries to the big dance. In the Car category Buick sends the LaCrosse and Envision, alongside the Chevrolet Cruze, to vie for supremacy among 20+ of the worlds best...
  17. Global Chevrolet News
    Contrary to any rumor anyone may have heard, there are no plans for a Chevy Volt EV, or the Bolt EV being sold in Korea, or even that the Korean co-engineered Bolt should be called the "LG Bolt." No, while GM is otherwise still mum on key details like the U.S. EPA-rated range for the "over"...
  18. Global Chevrolet News
    Looking to get yourself into a Chevy Bolt, you may have to wait slightly longer than expected. ClenTechnica is reporting pre-orders for the 200-plus-mile EV have been pushed back from August to November of this year, with deliveries beginning in earnest come January 2017. When Kyle Field...
  19. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Yesterday the Obama administration announced "an unprecedented set of actions" to grow the U.S. plug-in electrified vehicle market. The initiative represents a broad collaboration between federal agencies, state governments, major automakers, utilities, and others to aid the ongoing push to...
  20. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Many articles have been published about slower than expected plug-in electrified vehicles' market acceptance this decade, but these tend to highlight only a few aspects of a very complicated picture. Looked at from a broad overview, one could alternately say it's a wonder plug-in hybrids and...
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