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    Default Chevy Bolt EV to ship to dealers in fourth quarter

    Nothing new here except to confirm it will ship this year....

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    They also reinforced in the story that the Bolt EV will be in all 50 states (with quote from Alan Batey).

    The Bolt is an important vehicle for Chevrolet and GM. Batey said Chevy is working on different ways to launch the car and interact with customers, but he said it was too early to disclose those ideas. The Bolt, unlike some EVs, will be available to buy in all 50 states.
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    Teases and more teases...One of these days (August? September?) we will get some real Bolt news. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steverino View Post
    Teases and more teases...One of these days (August? September?) we will get some real Bolt news. :-)
    I guess the next big information of any substance will be when the order guide is released to the dealers. I presume that will happen no later than the start of production, since GM will presumably need to build the cars they way they're ordered by the dealers.

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    Looking forward to some real news next week...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Nelson View Post
    I guess the next big information of any substance will be when the order guide is released to the dealers. I presume that will happen no later than the start of production, since GM will presumably need to build the cars they way they're ordered by the dealers.
    Max DC charging power is the really important information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steverino View Post
    Teases and more teases...One of these days (August? September?) we will get some real Bolt news. :-)
    +1 when will we get the EPA rating?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAZINGA View Post
    +1 when will we get the EPA rating?
    And then how long before we get a good idea of the real-world range...

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    You would figure that GM would have done media test drives by now....maybe they did, and the outlets are just waiting for the embargo to lift.
    If the 1 October production start date is correct, ordering info would need to be released by next month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAZINGA View Post
    +1 when will we get the EPA rating?

    My interest is in the crash test ratings as well.
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