2020 Chevy Bolt EV has 3 Types of Charging and Much More

September 21st, 2020 by

The 2020 Bolt is Chevy’s effort to bring more electric vehicles into American driveways. It boasts a cost-effective price tag combined with an increased driving range and roomy cabin. With desired features like infotainment capability, driver-assistance technologies and accurate steering, the Bolt provides drivers with an all-around enjoyable driving experience. Price points start at less than $40,000 and the Bolt is able to travel up to 259 miles on a single charge, surpassing some of its EV competitors on the market from brands like Hyundai and Kia.



Some fresh features of the 2020 model include a regenerative braking system which gives drivers the feel of physically braking when just simply letting off the accelerator. There’s also a left paddle on the steering wheel which serves as a brake. One major criticism of the 2020 Chevy Bolt is the lack of a built-in navigation system. However, this can easily be solved with the connective capability of Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The all-electric hatchback offers 200 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque with smooth acceleration and power. Additionally, high definition cameras, blind-spot monitors, and lane-departure and forward-collision warning systems are just a few elements to ease the mind of safety-centered drivers. Chevy also offers several warranty packages and Costco members can earn additional discounts at applicable dealers.


The 2020 version earned a 5-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Chevy Bolt is a former winner of Motortrend’s Car of the Year competition (2017). Overall, the Bolt will give you a feeling of comfort and security with an environmentally friendly commute and have you replacing trips to the gas station with more time to find new roads.