Chevrolet Bolt EV range will be announced tomorrow

Chevrolet Bolt EV range will be announced tomorrow
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Chevrolet has just announced in its facebook’s page that tomorrow we will know the Chevrolet Bolt EV’s official electric range.

My guess is that the Chevrolet Bolt EV will have a 220 EPA miles range.

 

This announcement indicates that in the upcoming Paris Motor Show the NEDC range figure that will be used to advertise the Opel Ampera-e in Europe should also be revealed. For the overly optimistic NEDC range my guess is 500 km.

 

What do you think the official range figures will be?

 

 

More info:

https://www.facebook.com/chevroletvolt

Pedro Lima
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Frank
3 years ago

220 miles/367 km seems to be a lot for this non-aerodynamic car!

Terawatt
3 years ago

You’ve made me doubt myself. And I don’t know how the combined range weighs highway range versus city range. Even so, it seems to me a bit surprising if the Bolt with 60 kWh achieves more than double the current LEAF with its 30 kWh. So my guess is 210 miles EPA.

Terawatt
3 years ago
Reply to  Terawatt

Obviously it could be that the LG batteries tolerate a wider SoC window, making the Bolts useable capacity more than double that of the LEAF. But I’ll stick to my guns for now. 🙂

Frank
3 years ago
Reply to  Terawatt

GM wouldn’t make an announcement for something close to 200.

So 220 makes sense.

Jonas Jovial
3 years ago

238 miles! This will be a sales winner!

Willy
3 years ago

Hoy decían en Forocheselectricos.com que según la marca el ciclo EPA sería de unos 383 km. En fin a ver que precio nos dan en París.