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Chevrolet will take the wraps off the production Bolt EV Wednesday at CES in Las Vegas, boasting a 200-mile range and a sticker price under $30k after federal tax credits.

EV Battery Costs May Approach Tesla's Levels By 2020

GM says li-ion battery-pack costs could fall to $100/kWh by the end of the decade.

A Harris Poll conducted in May found that consumer interest in full-electric and electric-assisted vehicles hasn't changed in the past two years.

You Might Think The Car Is Really A Motorcycle

The US Trademark Office suspends GM's application for the Bolt trademark because Yamaha already has one for its motorcycle.

GM May Also Phase Out Volt/Ampera in Europe

Remember the Opel Ampera, the European Volt? Well, General Motors may sell the Bolt electric vehicle as an Opel in Europe.

Ford could unveil a 200-mile, $30,000-ish battery electric car later this year to go properly head-to-head with the upcoming Chevy Bolt.

Chevrolet knows that the Bolt and Volt names can cause confusion, but the company is still deciding what to do about it. There's a possibility that the upcoming EV hatchback could wear a different moniker by the time it arrives in showrooms.

New rumors suggest that Chevy will build the all-electric Bolt in Michigan next year.

Questions Need Answering With GM's New Electric Concept

When you talk to GM representatives, you learn that the company seems serious about building the Bolt EV Concept, but this is still a concept. And that $30,000 price tag is also a big question mark.

Chevrolet followed through on reports that it'd debut a car with a 200-mile electric range and a reasonable price, introducing the Bolt Concept as a preview for a future EV.

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