The Chevrolet Bolt could be the first EV to make a major impact on the market when it goes into production at the end of the year. We got a chance to drive it early in Las Vegas.
CES isn't traditionally a car show, but automakers and their suppliers will show off what future cars can do, with technology powering safety and self-driving, convenience and comfort.
Tesla finally revealed its Model 3 last week, well after Chevy showed off its Bolt. Both promise the public an affordable electric car with good range, but which is the best?
Chevrolet's Bolt EV is one step closer to production, will it beat Tesla's Model 3 to showrooms?
Debuting in Thailand, the Colorado Xtreme Concept could give us an early look at the next generation of GM's midsize pickup.
Despite an earlier flop with its Volt-based Opel Ampera, GM is headed back to Europe with the Ampera-e, a pure-electric hatchback based on the Chevy Bolt.
As in past years, self-driving car tech remains big at CES 2016, but more concepts were focused on how we can interact with cars through visual input and gestures. Meanwhile, Chevy unveiled its new Bolt EV, the most practical electric car yet.
Part gimmick, part promotion. Chevy issues a 100 percent emoji press release, and we do our darndest to figure out what it all means ahead of the decoded explanation.
Corvette Z06 is the attainable supercar, automatic braking could be the next standard feature and we demystify the three specs of wheel alignment.
Coddle your overheated smartphone with a special cool air vent built into upcoming Chevrolet vehicles.