https://www.digitaltrends.com - General Motors will begin building a self-driving car with no manual controls at its Orion, Michigan, factory next year. The plant already builds prototype autonomous cars based on the Chevy Bolt EV.
https://www.fool.com - The future is getting closer: General Motors said that it's investing $100 million to upgrade two of its Michigan factories to begin mass producing self-driving cars. GM has previously said that it will begin deploying its first self-driving vehicle at scale in 2019 as an automated taxi in dense urban environments. The vehicle in question, called the Cruise AV, is an extensively reworked version of GM's well-regarded battery-electric Chevrolet Bolt EV.
https://cleantechnica.com - My driving case isn’t typical. I work at home and don’t otherwise place heavy demands on a car, so the 6,400 miles I’ve put on the odometer during the past year is less than many drive their cars in just a few months. What I’ve found to be more unusual, though, is that I am otherwise in Chevrolet’s target market. That is, I was a first-time EV buyer.
https://insideevs.com - We’ve already witnessed the disassembly process for the Chevy Bolt battery. Now, it’s time to see how it all gets put back together.
https://arstechnica.com - General Motors is getting ready to ditch the driver for good—at least in its newest R&D vehicles. In 2019, Cruise—the self-driving startup acquired a couple of years ago by GM—wants to begin testing the fourth generation of its autonomous vehicle, the Cruise AV. (This is a modified Chevrolet Bolt EV, no relation to the Chevrolet Cruze.)
http://www.cleanfleetreport.com - One year ago, on a rainy Sunday afternoon, I took delivery of my long-awaited all-electric Chevrolet Bolt EV. Twelve months later, it has delivered everything it promised.
https://www.torquenews.com - How can General Motors lower the price of the Chevy Bolt and make electric car sales profitable? Apparently it has a 3-step strategy.
https://solarchargeddriving.com - So, about four months ago I turned in a 2014 Nissan LEAF I had been leasing for three and a half years and started a new three-year lease on a Chevy Bolt. It’s been a great decision for me.
https://electrek.co - Before launching its new electric car, GM said that they were aiming for about 30,000 vehicles per year. After delivering 3,227 units last month, the Chevy Bolt EV ended its first full year of production with 23,297 units. On an annual basis, it’s not there yet, but the automaker has beaten sales records every month for the past 9 months now with its first built from the ground up all-electric vehicle. If they can sustain that, Bolt sales are very promising for 2018. Here’s the ramp up over the last 13 months.
http://www.motortrend.com - Hose and nozzle, cord and plug. We tend to think of EV charging like we do going to the gas station, except it takes longer.