That's according to the expected EPA numbers that Chevy released today, ahead of the car's availability at dealers in late 2016. What's perhaps most impressive is that 238 miles is almost three times the range of GM's previous all-electric vehicle, the Chevy Spark EV. That little car could only go 82 miles on a single charge of its 19-kWh battery pack. The tripling isn't a huge surprise, given the Bolt EV's 60-kWh pack.
Chevy is promoting the new Bolt EV – along with the Volt plug-in hybrid and the Malibu Hybrid – over at the brand's new website, ChevyEVlife. Chevy hasn't announced the price of the Bolt EV yet, but says that it is expected to be "below $37,500." So, which one is most tempting to you at this point?