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Bolt EV to be Bumped from Chevrolet Lineup

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July 13, 2022—General Motors will remove the Chevrolet Bolt EV in the future, according to the Detroit Free Press.

The automaker has not revealed yet when the vehicle will leave Chevy's lineup, but Chevy's vice president of marketing did share with the Free Press that the vehicle will be phased out as the automaker focuses on other technological advancements.

"Will Bolt be in our portfolio 'x' numbers of years from now? No, it won’t," Majoros said in the article. "It’s a great product right now. It will be with us for some time. But as we scale and ramp volume here, portfolio’s change."

Chevy is planning on adding more EVs on GM's proprietary Ultium platform, which is a battery propulsion platform. An electrified Corvette, 2024 Silverado EV, 2024 Blazer EV, and Equinox EV are all going to be rolled out through Chevrolet over the next several years. 

The Chevrolet Bolt EV is currently the most affordable and accessible electric vehicle offered by General Motors. The Bolt gets around 250 miles per single charge.

“Products come and go all the time," Majoros said in the article. "It’s what right for the customer at this time if you want to get into an EV that has an attractive price point, great styling, great technology, phenomenal range."

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