2017 Chevrolet Bolt Doesn’t Offer Prius Any Choice
We are expecting the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt to enjoy just as much success as the version that it will replace and when it comes to the Toyota Prius, well it isn’t going to get much choice. The Prius will either have to go electric or die.
Some people don’t believe that the way forwards is plug-in hybrids or hybrids so they will have their eyes on the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt. It may turn out that hybrids could end up being a thing of the past and the Toyota Prius may come into this category.
Electric vehicles do keep improving and the Renault Zoe has a $17,000 price tag attached to it. The Tesla Model S for instance is offered with a driving range of 300 miles on one single charge and it does look like the future is going to be electric instead of half and half vehicles.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt will fall among them as the leader and it could have what it needs to send the Toyota Prius to an early grave, but what do you think?