General Motors is busy building about 100 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EVs per day at the Orion assembly plant, but those first vehicles will only be allocated to the West. Specifically, California and Oregon will have first dibs on the Bolt EV.
However, according to Automotive News, the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will head to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States next, as the GM pushes its first affordable electric vehicle to the masses.
The 2017 Bolt EV will continue to trickle into the west coast before reaching the two additional regions throughout this coming winter. The automaker is said to be planning a nationwide roll-out to EV-certified dealerships around mid-2017.
Chevrolet delivered its first Bolt EVs to three California customers last week, keeping its promise to launch the EV by the end of 2016.