From the crowded highways of Los Angeles, North State Journal writer Jordan Golson reflected this past week that there were a few times over the past year that he actually MISSED the never-ending stream of traffic. Here at Jim Butler Chevy of St Louis, we can relate, as the drop in commuters on arteries such as Highway 141 seemed a bit eerie during the height of the past year’s events. Now that highway activity is ramping up again, he checked out the 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV, which is the perfect modern means of navigating the perpetually jammed-up way home.
Arriving on the scene with a longer wheelbase, refreshed look, and the very futuristic addition of Super Cruise, the 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV is an excellent choice for ultimately claiming the win over the current state of [...]
After rounds of studies, Chevrolet has announced that the All-Electric EV car will keep the name “Bolt.” Even though the name is similar to the current plug-in hybrid Chevy Volt, the company believes the alike names will be best for the brand.
Chevrolet wants consumers to associate both the hybrid Volt and EV Bolt to its name. Back in February, Chevrolet kept the Bolt name for the concept, but keeping the name wasn’t definite. After a couple of months, Bolt will stick for the all-electric Chevy.
“The decision is made; the name won’t be changed,” Chevy head of marketing Tim Mahoney said.
The Chevy Bolt could be a gamechanger for the electric car segment as early estimates put its mileage range in the low 200s on a single charge. The Bolt could hit Jim Butler