General Motors revealed the EPA estimated range of Chevrolet Bolt. On a full charge it will be able to reach 238 miles or 383 kilometers.

It means that when it goes on sale next year, it will exceed the range of 200 miles, which Chevrolet promised at Bolt's revealing to the public. When charging regularly, it will certainly cover daily driving needs of an average user.

With Bolt, Chevrolet will complete its offer of electrified vehicles. Next to the electric city Bolt car, Chevrolet's line-up also includes the range extended electric car Chevrolet Volt and the hybrid car, Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid. In United States, it will be offered for 37,500 dollars before the deduction of the federal tax credit of 7,500 dollars.

Sept. 14, 2016 Driving photo: GM

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