EV Renaissance Means Chevy Bolt Discontinued

Chevy Bolt Discontinued

Chevrolet recently announced some news that will disappoint fans of the Chevy Bolt. The American automaker will be discontinuing the Bolt to make room for new Chevy EV cars. Slated to begin producing electric versions of popular models, Chevrolet is moving towards diversifying it’s EV lineup with fan favorites. Reaching an all-electric future requires some sacrifices in the status quo, with the Bolt as the first casualty. Chevrolet is committed to putting every driver in an electric vehicle on a scale previously unseen! Learn more about the Chevrolet Bolt discontinued news below.

Chevy Bolt Discontinued News 

It’s true, the Chevy Bolt is officially being discontinued. Although the Chevy electric car has enjoyed record sales numbers, GM is making room for more EV model production. The factory that produced the Bolt – which is located in Orion, Michigan – is being renovated in order to accommodate building EV trucks. After the switch, the factory is expected to increase production volume, as well as employment opportunities. Chevrolet is now focusing on EV trucks and SUVs as they are increasingly in demand. We’re expecting the Ultium battery-powered Equinox EV to fill the Bolt’s void and push even further into EV innovation.

Why Drivers Love the Chevy Bolt 

The 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EV is leading the charge into a new era of affordable, all-electric vehicles. It features outstanding efficiency, cutting-edge technology, and amped-up style. Debuted in 2016, the Bolt was one of the first electric vehicles with long distance range and a price aimed at the average driver. And now, the Chevy Bolt is the most affordable EV on the market. 

Chevrolet will make a price cut to both the Bolt EV and EUV for the 2023 model year. However, there will be a difference in Chevy Bolt EV vs EUV pricing. The Bolt EV becomes cheaper by $5900 with a starting price of $28,800, while the EUV model price drops by $6300 at a starting price of $28,195. With these amazing savings, they are the least costly EVs on the market for 2023, even before the $7500 federal tax credit. 

Chevrolet’s Electric Future

As the automotive industry looks to the future with electric vehicles, Chevrolet is leading the way with all-electric models of some of its most popular vehicles. This includes the Chevrolet Equinox, Blazer, and Silverado, which will all receive electric models. General Motors expects to eventually produce 600,000 electric trucks in the U.S. annually!

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