By now, you’ve probably heard about the Bolt EV, the electric car the Detroit automaker plans to build for the first time.
But what exactly does it do?
It looks, feels, and drives like a normal car, but the Bolt’s big selling point is its battery capacity.
A combination of all of these factors together will make this an incredibly successful EV, if it can keep its price tag under $35,000.
But we also need to understand what the Bolt does well.
Here’s what you need to know about this electric car.
It’s a low-floor, long-range EV The Bolt’s floor is a unique design that lets you drive it at very low speeds.
That means you can pull it out of the garage, go up to your front porch, and be in the air for hours at a time.
It has the most-familiar design to an electric car In addition to the basic design, the Bolt is also a car that looks familiar to anyone who has driven one.
Its body is identical to a sedan, except it’s taller and narrower.
This makes it a more practical, but not necessarily easy-to-drive car.
It makes use of a lot of materials There are two different models of the Bolt: one with a traditional roof, and another with an aluminum roof.
The Bolt EV comes in three colors: Black, White, and Silver.
You can pick up the Black model with the roof removed, and the White model with it on.
And while the Black Bolt is a solid option, the Silver Bolt is especially fun to drive, thanks to its high-quality aluminum construction.
It can drive anywhere The Bolt is capable of driving everywhere, thanks in part to its electric powertrain.
That includes roads and even tunnels.
The battery pack is housed in a special chassis, and it’s not removable.
It uses a small number of lithium-ion cells and packs them into the car’s interior.
It does everything well It has all the basics you’d expect from a traditional electric car, like the charging port, the rear seats, and a few extra features like the heated front seats.
The only real difference is that the Bolt has a rear-mounted, more-powerful electric motor, and there are a few other new features.
There’s a heated steering wheel and a cruise control, which is a huge plus.
But if you want to get the most out of it, the Bolts base price is a steal at $35.
The company says the price will be lower if it sells more units.
It saves on pollution It’s been a while since the Tesla Model S sedan made its debut, but it’s definitely an electric luxury car.
With a base price of $75,000, the Tesla Bolt EV is the cheapest car available in 2018.
Its price includes the standard EPA-rated emissions of the car, as well as the $1,000 federal tax credit.
In addition, it also comes with a variety of other features.
It gets an EV certification The Bolt has been on the market for over a year now, and now the automaker says it’s certified as an EV by the American Society of Automotive Engineers.
The standard certification allows automakers to sell cars equipped with an electric motor.
It also gives automakers the ability to sell the cars at a higher price, as long as they adhere to certain standards.
It sells for under $350,000 The Bolt comes in two versions: the standard and Premium models.
It comes with the standard engine, so you get the basics, but there are optional engines.
The Premium model has a higher power output, but only comes with four wheels and a lower price tag.
It is cheaper than the Bolt, but less powerful The $35 price tag is a bit of a shocker.
It would be more surprising if the Bolt were any more powerful than the $40 Bolt, given that it comes with two electric motors.
But this isn’t necessarily the case.
The car’s base electric capacity is 648 kilowatts, which means that the base electric output of the two motors is 1,872 kilowatt-hours.
So the base output of each motor is around 2,400 kilowats.
And the Bolt also comes in a range of five and eight kWh, depending on the vehicle.
The range of the electric motor is also variable, so the base efficiency can go up or down depending on how much power you have to put into it. 10.
It delivers better mileage than the Chevy Volt The Bolt will deliver better mileage if you take it out on the highway.
The base range of this car is 5,000 miles.
That’s up from 3,400 miles for the Bolt.
But the Volt’s performance and battery capacity give it a much better overall mileage.
The Volt’s range is