Upon the introduction of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt earlier this month, there seems to be a question lingering at the back of the minds of many. Will there ever be a demand for the car come 2017?
For the unfamiliar, the Chevrolet Bolt sports LED-infused headlights, a five-door hatch body and unique black accents certainly gives it some unique looks. But that’s not quite sufficient to garner more interest among enthusiasts, as there seems to be a decline of interest in EVs. So does that mean that the Bolt’s 2017 release is a little too late?
We’ve seen a harsh difference of trend that’s happening for EV sales figures in the US for 2015’s Q3 when compared back in 2013. Looks like the global warning deniers and car companies themselves were not pushing EVs the right way, resulting in a rapid decline in sales. It just doesn’t seem to work out anymore, if we may say so. Only for Tesla Motors, that’s the exception.
But then again, do you think that the Bolt will fare well in the market? Sound off in the comments below.