The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt would do well over in the UK, with the name of Vauxhall, the equivalent to the Chevy throughout Europe has managed to gain huge success alongside Ford when it comes to selling compact vehicles.
Most of the top 10 of the best-selling vehicles in the UK come from Ford or Vauxhall and the Chevrolet Bolt would be right at home and it could become a favorite of consumers in England.
Instead of having the name of the Chevrolet Bolt, the electric hatchback is also known as the Opel Ampera-e, offering 200 miles. However it isn’t going to be launched alongside the US counterpart next year.
GM wants to show the vehicle off as a left hand drive instead of being a production ready right hand for the UK during the second quarter of next year.
Maybe the car maker wants electric vehicle fans to be climbing up the walls waiting for the launch so that they can launch it to demand that is insatiable. This would be much the same way that they launched the 2016 Chevrolet Volt last year.