Does Chevrolet make electric cars?

Chevrolet always seems like it keeps up with big car trends, but I haven’t seen anything electric from them yet. I’m not sure if I overlooked something or if they just haven’t come out with anything electric.

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Answer provided by
Joshua Levy
Answered on May 30, 2022
Chevrolet has a long history of producing electric vehicles, dating back to 1996 with the Chevrolet EV1. Of course, the 90s weren’t the most hospitable time for electric vehicles and the EV1 quickly became obsolete.
Luckily, Chevrolet is back on the path to electric vehicles with the Bolt EV. As Chevrolet’s premier electric vehicle, the Bolt hatchback is a popular option for everyday consumers looking to make a change in their energy consumption habits.
While many all-electric vehicles are outside the most people’s price ranges, the Bolt starts at only $31,500, making it one of the more affordable electric cars on the market. The hatchback boasts a range of around 259 miles per hour per charge and an acceleration of 0-60 in 6.5 seconds.
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