For those paying close attention, during the brief video introduction of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV we posted yesterday, you would have caught an MSRP hidden away in the video itself.
After taking a second look, and heading over to the 2017 Bolt EV promotion site, it seems the dollar figure for the plug-in will be $37,500 before any tax credits or rebates. Chevrolet is banking heavily on the $7,500 tax credits from the U.S. government to help make the Bolt EV a true, mass-market vehicle.
Other than the federal rebates, the 2017 Bolt EV may also be eligible for individual state incentives, too. States such as California may become an excellent place to pick up a Bolt EV, knowing the price could dip well below $30,000 after federal and state incentives.
Chevrolet has stated it plans to have the Bolt EV available by the end of 2016. Whether that is a nationwide launch or selective markets get first dibs remains to be seen.