Come 2017 General Motors will launch an all-new product that aims to push electric car technology to the next level.
Called the “Bolt,” Chevy’s new electric car will offer 200 miles of emissions free electric range on a single charge. GM filed a trademark for the Bolt name in August of last year.
Larger than the Volt, the hatchback-styled vehicle is expected to cost between $30,000 and $50,000.
Currently Tesla is leading the charge in offering an electric car with a significant range. The base Model S offers a 208 mile range but starts at $70,000.
General Motors is expected to show a concept of the Bolt at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Monday, in addition to revealing the second-generation Volt.