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Chevrolet Bolt Named Top Rated Electric Car for 2023

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At the end of January Edmunds released the list of winners of the Edmunds Top Rated Awards for 2023 and we’re happy to announce the Chevrolet Bolt EV won the Top Rated Electric Car segment. Candidates are determined by evaluating nearly every car, truck or SUV that’s available on the market and selecting three Top Rated finalists in six different segments - afterwards Edmunds crowns one from each segment as the winner. Factors such as performance, comfort, technology, fuel economy and value are all taken into consideration. 

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Introducing the Electrified AWD Corvette E-Ray

e-ray corvette.PNGFor the Corvette’s 70th Anniversary, Chevrolet has introduced the first-ever electrified Corvette – the 2024 E-Ray. The E-Ray is the only sports car that pairs two separate propulsion systems to provide a naturally aspirated V8 power with electrified responsiveness powered by eAWD, making it one like none. Equipped with a 6.2L LT2 Small Block V-8 and an electric motor the E-Ray produces a combined 655 horsepower, allowing it to be the quickest production Corvette in history clocking a 2.5-second 0-60 mph time before breezing through the quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds. 
 
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2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray Debuting this Month


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Mark your calendars! The 2024 E-Ray will be debuting on January 17, 2023, per a video posted to the Corvette Instagram page. Opening on an icy test track, the E-Ray can be seen accelerating and attacking snow-lined tarmac while giving us a glimpse of the front end, wheels, and carbon ceramic brakes. With the visuals of a “Stealth” driving mode, we can only assume that there will be a pure electric driving mode that will propel the car only using the onboard battery pack and electric drive motors, but we’ll have to wait until next week to confirm this…

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Chevy Silverado EV Spotted in RST Trim

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The 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV is due to begin production next year, and we can’t wait! General Motors has already released images of what the EV truck will look like at the Work Truck trim level, but thanks to these spy shots, we now get our first look at the RST trim. This sportier trim level features 24-inch wheels and a light bar that runs the full width of the front fascia, as well as a modern cabin loaded with the latest tech. We expect the Silverado EV to begin arriving in our showroom next summer. Want to be…

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Potential Malibu EV Successor Expected in the Future

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Last month, Chevrolet unveiled the FNR—XE Concept in China to showcase the future of what Ultium-powered electric vehicles have to offer the market. While Chevrolet noted that this vehicle was custom developed for the Chinese market, there may be hope that we’ll see something similar in the United States. Days before the concept vehicle was unveiled in China, GM President Mark Reuss confirmed during the GM Investor Day presentation on November 17th, 2022 that Chevrolet is working on a “low-roof” midsize EV with “sedan-like proportions” - believing to having been referring to the FNR. 

 

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The Chevrolet Silverado EV Gets an Upgrade

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Earlier this week Chevrolet announced a power boost to the highly anticipated 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV. Initially advertised in January with 684 horsepower and 780 lb-ft torque, engineers have squeezed even more out of it. “GM now estimates horsepower to be up to 754 and torque up to estimated up to 785 lb-ft when Wide Open Watts mode is engaged”, a Chevrolet spokesperson says. Wide Open Watts or WOW, is a special mode that enables the max power and acceleration figures to be sustained over longer periods of time. 

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Chevrolet Bolt EV & EUV Named Most Affordable EV

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Every month Cars.com compiles a list of the best vehicle deals available. This month they’ve researched the most cost-effective Electric Vehicles on the market and we’re happy to announce that the 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EV & EUV has topped their list. Those who are focused on more range and less space are encouraged to check out the Bolt EV as it starts at $25,600 allowing for an estimated EPA range of 259 miles. Those who are looking for a bit more length and space within the cabin should consider the EUV with a starting price of $27…
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Your Next Rental Car May Be a Chevy EV

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Chevrolet electric vehicles are coming soon to a rental counter near you! General Motors and Hertz just announced a partnership in which Hertz will add up to 175,000 GM electric vehicles to their rental fleet in the next five years. Besides the currently available Chevy Bolt EV and EUV, the upcoming Silverado EV, Blazer EV and Equinox EV are all likely to be included in the deal. Hertz aims to have at least 25% of its fleet comprised of electric vehicles by 2024. "Our work with Hertz is a huge step forward for emissions reduction and EV adoption that…

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The First-Ever All-Electric Chevy Equinox EV

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General Motor’s initiative is to become an all-electric manufacturer by 2035 and in efforts to get there, they’ve rolled out their first All-Electric Chevrolet Equinox. With a starting price around $30,000 for the 1LT model, the Equinox is expected to be the most affordable EV in its class. The highly anticipated SUV has many attractive attributes such as its expressive design, electrifying capability, and effortless EV technology. To find out more about the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV visit here. We can’t wait for the arrival of the new Chevrolet Equinox EV. Expected Fall of 2023.

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The Chevy Bolt EUV Is Every Buyer's Electric Crossover

Have you priced Electric Utility Vehicles and found the prices prohibitive? The cost of a Chevy Bolt puts a EUV within reach of every buyer. Affordability is not the only reason to consider the Bolt.

Range And Performance

Drive a fully charged Bolt off the Phillips Chevrolet lot, and you'll travel an EPA estimated 259 miles before needing a recharge. All the horsepower generated by the Bolt's motors goes to the driving wheels taking the Bolt EUV from 0-60 in 6.5 seconds.

Interior Technology

The cabin of the Bolt EUV is a technophiles paradise. 

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