We're continuing our coverage of new reveals that excite us at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit! #NAIAS is in full swing, and some truly amazing vehicles are being unveiled. Yesterday we showed you Chevrolet's all new Traverse SUV, and today we're going to share with you another great new addition from Chevy: this time, it's the Chevrolet Bolt Electric Vehicle. This EV tool the stage yesterday on January 9, introduced by Chief Engineer Josh Tavel and GM Executive Chief Engineer for Autonomous & Electrified Vehicles & New Technology (how's that for a job title?) Pam Fletcher as the Bolt EV was named North American Car of the Year! It's an exciting way for Chevy to kick off Press Days at NAIAS, and they were able to showcase the all-electric Bolt's EPA-estimated 238 mile range on a full charge.
This Car of the Year award is just the latest in a string of honors for the new Chevy Bolt EV, as it was named MotorTrent's Car of the Year and Green Car of the year previously. We're big fans of green driving, and we love it! Can you see yourself zipping around town in one of these, burning absolutely no fuel at all? Let us know what you think in the comments.