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Tesla gets some serious competition on electric cars



Tesla gets some serious competition on electric cars

Interest for electric cars will confront a critical test this year, as the Chevrolet Bolt brings another level of moderateness and common sense to the innovation.

The Bolt's EPA-evaluated scope of 238 miles on a solitary charge and base cost just shy of $30,000 after assessment motivating forces ought to put the spacious, zero-outflow hatchback in rivalry not simply with other ecological saints, but rather family vehicles like the Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata and Ford Escape.


Other electric cars, including the Kia Soul and Volkswagen e-Golf, are expanding their reaches significantly, however not about to the Bolt's level. Also, keep in mind Tesla's anxiously anticipated Model 3, its first mid-evaluated display, which intends to challenge the Bolt for the longest range at the best cost.

"Electric cars are getting better thanks to more energy-dense batteries," said Bill Visnic, Society of Automotive Engineers editorial director.

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Tesla gets some serious competition on electric cars



Tesla gets some serious competition on electric cars

Interest for electric cars will confront a critical test this year, as the Chevrolet Bolt brings another level of moderateness and common sense to the innovation.

The Bolt's EPA-evaluated scope of 238 miles on a solitary charge and base cost just shy of $30,000 after assessment motivating forces ought to put the spacious, zero-outflow hatchback in rivalry not simply with other ecological saints, but rather family vehicles like the Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata and Ford Escape.


Other electric cars, including the Kia Soul and Volkswagen e-Golf, are expanding their reaches significantly, however not about to the Bolt's level. Also, keep in mind Tesla's anxiously anticipated Model 3, its first mid-evaluated display, which intends to challenge the Bolt for the longest range at the best cost.

"Electric cars are getting better thanks to more energy-dense batteries," said Bill Visnic, Society of Automotive Engineers editorial director.