AutoComplete: Chevrolet spills the beans on Bolt EV's range
Today is Tuesday, September 13th, and here's what's making news on Road Show.
Chevrolet promised its Bolt EV would have a range of more than 200 miles and the official numbers do not disappoint.
According to the EPA, the Bolt will travel 238 miles on a single charge, with an equivalent fuel economy of 119 miles per gallon.
That's well above the 200 mile sweet spot that many consider the minimum required for acceptance on a large scale.
We've also taken another drive in the Bolt.
But since we can't trust [INAUDIBLE] end of this sentence, you'll have to read it on road show.
Mercedes has something familiar in the cars for the Paris Motor Show.
The automaker will debut its Mercedes-AMG GT convertible, likely called the GT C. The teaser clip doesn't give us much, but then again it is just a GT with the top cut off.
Either way we'll be getting up and close and personal with whatever it is.
At the Paris Motor Show at the end of this month.
It seems like only yesterday Volvo first teased its V90 Cross Country, and that's because it basically was yesterday.
But the brand is back with yet another teaser, and this time you can actually see something.
The shot from Volvo's Instagram page confirms it's basically what we expected.
We can't wait to see the V90 Cross Country in Paris later this month.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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