2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV In Cayenne Orange Metallic: Live Photo Gallery2
Earlier this week, we featured the new 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV rocking it in the new Oasis Blue paint color. Now, we’re bringing the heat with the Bolt’s other fresh exterior color—Cayenne Orange Metallic.
We managed to snag some photos of the new Chevrolet Bolt EV sitting pretty on the border between Washington and Oregon during a recent media drive event. As we found out firsthand, the Cayenne Orange Metallic paint can give off either an orange hue or a burnt red hue depending on how the light hits it, which is a result of the paint’s metallic finish.
Draped across the body panels of the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV, the new paint helps signal that this is no ordinary five-door hatchback. While not as bright as Oasis Blue, Cayenne Orange Metallic still has its own sizzle that’s sure to grab eyeballs on the street. We also like how the color plays with the polished trim bits and the silver-finish wheels as well.
Unlike the no-cost Oasis Blue paint option, Cayenne Orange Metallic requires a little extra outlay to acquire—$395 to be exact, just like the other premium color options on offer. The Cayenne Orange Metallic color code is GLL, while the touch-up code is WA-324E.
The 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV is offered with Cayenne Orange Metallic paint in conjunction with three interior color combinations, including:
- Dark Galvanized / Sky Cool Gray
- Dark Galvanized Gray
- Light Ash Gray / Ceramic White
In addition to two new exterior colors, the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV also arrives with a host of additional updates, including a new high-gloss black grille. However, the headline update for the 2020 model year has to be the 21-mile increase to range-per-charge, with the Bolt now topping out at of 259 miles between plug-ins.
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They forgot to paint part of the C pillar.
This should have been a CUV from design 1… right after the first gen Volt did’nt light the world on fire… so replace that one with another sedan then cancel it… brilliant! Now you clowns are betting the farm on EV’s… don’t think you’re getting the current right so what hope do we have in your future… start firing the nuts at the Renn Ctr starting …… NOW!