There have been a lot of recent innovations in terms of alternative-energy vehicles. The only problem is that green technology isn’t usually affordable – until now, that is. Chevy recently announced they would be putting the new Bolt EV into production, set to hit the market sometime next year.
According to Fortune magazine, this wouldn’t be such a big deal if Chevy wasn’t aiming to sell it for under $30,000. That’s right: Chevy is aiming to bring alternative-energy technology to everyone that wants it, not just the wealthy.
Then new Chevy Bolt EV Concept has a 200 mile range and fast-charging capabilities. The new all-electric model can go from 0-100% charge in approximately 45 minutes. It also features such things as low-drag aluminum wheels, an advanced lithium-ion battery pack, and an open-glass design. Instead of a traditional roof, the Bolt features a lightweight and high-durability glass window.
Chevy isn’t skimping on the high-tech features either. The new model is set to have a 10-inch diagonal screen, as well as the Bolt Connect app. By offering high-quality engineering and state-of-the-art technology at such an affordable price, going green is easier than ever.