The news follows another big piece of information on Chevrolet’s latest EV after it was announced the Bolt EV would manage 238 miles of range before having to find a charging station.
Chevrolet has made the pricing official, stating the 2017 Bolt EV will arrive with a $37,495 price tag before any incentives are applied. Tax credits climb to $7,500, making the lowest potential price for the Bolt EV $29,995.
That $37,495 figure is for the LT trim, which Chevrolet states comes well appointed. Regen on Demand steering wheel paddle, a rearview, rear vision camera and 10.2-inch diagonal color touch screen are all present at the Bolt EV’s starting price.
The Premier trim was not priced, however, but we do know it adds finer things such as leather seating, heated seats for all passengers and a surround camera.
Chevrolet said the Bolt EV is still on schedule to arrive at “select dealerships” in 2016.