Environmentalists and green car enthusiasts have been anxiously awaiting to arrival of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt. The EV’s electric range of 200 miles will be unparalleled within the Bolt’s segment and price range, plus the vehicle will be sold in all 50 states, unlike other models that have been rolled out in limited quantities in more environmentally-friendly regions such as California. Now, the Bolt production model has been officially sighted undisguised, and anticipation has peaked once again.
This sighting has happened only a few weeks ahead of the 2017 Bolt’s debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this upcoming January. The model had previously been revealed last January at the Detroit Auto Show, but that time it was only a concept that had not yet been slated for mass production. The production version appears to have adopted visual elements of the current Volt in addition to a floating roof and an overall appearance that targets the currently popular crossover segment.
The interior of the 2017 Chevy Bolt production model has not yet been revealed, though the 2016 CES will undoubtedly give the public a glance inside. Experts suspect the 2017 Bolt will ditch the concept’s experimental interior styling in favor of a more traditional look.