Detroit - General Motors has revealed the production version of its Chevrolet Bolt electric car, on which the company is pinning its hopes for the emerging segment.
The Bolt aims to appeal to EV customers looking at a more affordable price tag than the luxury, market-leading Tesla.
“It's more than a car, it's a platform that can be upgraded,” said GM chairman and chief executive Mary Barra, speaking at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
“Who are our customers? Anyone who wants to save time, money and the environment in a car that is truly fun to drive.”
The Bolt, set to go into production later this year, is designed to travel 320 kilometers between charges.