The Chevrolet Bolt EV will likely be a carryover for the 2021 model year. While no official information has been released as of this writing, GM recently opted to increase the model’s driving range by 21 miles — to 259 — for 2020.
An early report from Inside EVs claims the Bolt will see an interior refresh for 2021. However, no details were provided as far as what that could entail. Our most recent review praised the car’s large 10.2-inch display, easy-to-use controls and ample cargo space with the rear seats folded.
The Bolt was introduced for 2017 and has seen minor updates since its launch. Competitors like the Hyundai Kona Electric and Kia Niro EV offer attractive alternatives with comparable range. Now that the Chevy Volt has been discontinued, reports suggest GM plans to introduce a Bolt-based electric utility vehicle, or Bolt EUV.
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Pictured: 2019 Bolt EV