The first spy shots of the production version of the 2017 all-electric Chevy Bolt were released today via SpiedBilde and Autoblog. First impression is that the production version is quite significantly different from the concept car (as usual) unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. It seems to take more design queues from the Volt.
We see a completely updated nosecone and a longer, more aerodynamic front-end. As for the back, it looks similar to the concept’s, but with updated taillights.
The Bolt is expected to go on sales in late-2016 for around $37,500 before incentives and GM aims for a usable range of over 200 miles. The company will officially unveil the production version at CES 2016, which starts on January 6 in Las Vegas.
GM and LG recently announced the expansion of their partnership in order to bring the vehicle to production.
Pictures: Spy shots by SpiedBilde via Autoblog
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I don’t like that the rear and back windows looks smaller. That appear to be just for the styling, too.
It still looks good, just not quite as good as the concept.