Buzzfeed is celebrating the arrival of the all-electric Chevy Bolt, but for now the brand’s got an electric car to help out.
The Bolt has been unveiled at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, and its official name is the Bolt EV, and we can exclusively reveal that it’s called the Bolt.
We have to say that the name of the Bolt is actually pretty clever.
We are going to call it the Bolt because it’s a Bolt EV and that’s a great name for a brand.
But, the name is really fitting because it represents the Bolt brand.
We’re very excited about the Bolt, and I think it’s an awesome name.
We’re also excited about how it connects to the Bolt family of products.
You can get the Bolt on the Bolt lineup as an all-wheel drive model, or you can get it as a sporty sedan.
The sporty version has a 7-passenger sports-sedan-like configuration.
It has a five-speed manual and comes with a 6.5-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery.
The Bolt will be available in two different colors: silver and black.
The silver model has a more aggressive design, with a sleek design that looks like it’s coming from the future.
The black model is the classic black, with subtle touches like a gold trim.
The black model will also come with a $1,500 destination charge.
The styling and materials of the car are pretty similar to the current model.
It’s going to look like a modern, sleek, and sporty car, which is a bit reminiscent of the BMW M4 or Jaguar XJ.
The aluminum design, which you can see in the photos below, is going to be used in the exterior, but also in the interior, which will be made from lightweight aluminum.
The cabin, which looks very similar to that of the current Bolt, will be similar to what you’ll find in the BMW i3 and BMW X3.
The interior looks very clean and modern.
There’s also a very large screen that shows you the speedometer and the temperature, as well as a large touchscreen display that gives you access to the navigation, powertrain, and the driver’s seat.
The interior has a full-sized touchscreen, so you can access all your phone apps and music.
You can see the Bolt in all of its glory.
Here’s a sneak peek of what the car looks like in all its glory:The car will start at $29,900 with the option of a six-month lease.
You’ll get a manual transmission, which gives you the option to have a manual or automatic transmission.
It comes with the optional, three-speed transmission.
The automatic transmission has a 5-speed gearbox, which lets you choose between two gears.
The 6.0-kilovolt battery packs 20 miles of driving range, and it can go up to 32 miles on a charge.
The Volt’s top speed is rated at 115 miles per hour, and you can cruise at a top speed of 120 miles per day.
We haven’t been able to confirm that the Bolt will have the same features as the Tesla Model S, which debuted last year, but we will be sure to let you know if we find out more.
We’ll also be posting all the information that we can about the new Bolt, including pricing, specifications, and availability.