Despite many of its essential parts being sourced from South Korea, the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV has no plans to be sold in the market just yet. However, Chevrolet will give South Korea its first look at the electric vehicle during the 2016 Korea Electronics Show.
Pulse reports the 2017 Bolt EV will be present alongside other green vehicles and technology at KES, which involves some 500 companies.
During the four-day-long event, General Motors will also hold a mobility forum, which will be attended by GM Korea chief executive James Kim, Lowell Paddock, vice president of Planning and Program Management for GM International and Martin Murray, deputy director of electrification engineering at GM China.
Hopefully, it’s a chance to help clear up some confusion for the vehicle, too, knowing the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Chevrolet Volt sound and look identical in the South Korean language.