The new model year should be the first time the new Chevy Bolt EV gets a big upgrade to the platform.
GM has been touting this in its 2017 car previews, and the company says it has made a lot of progress.
GM says that the Bolt EV now has a much wider range of trim levels and options.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV is on sale now in the U.S. for $37,100 and $39,400.
The new Chevy Bolts will be available in a range of four different trim levels: Platinum, Gold, Silver and Black.
They come with a range-topping new 6.5-liter V8 engine and get the standard six-speed automatic transmission.
The Bolt EV will also get a new front and rear spoiler, upgraded suspension and a new, more efficient electric motor.
The Bolt EV comes with a five-year, $5,000 dealer rebate.
The next-gen model in the lineup will come with the same battery pack as the Bolt and will cost $10,000 more than the previous-gen Bolt.
It’s worth noting that the 2017 Chevy Bolt will be offered in a new trim level for the first year.
The 2016 Bolt was offered in the Platinum trim.
The 2016 Chevrolet Bolt is on the road for the second year in a row.