Chevy’s Bolt EV Test Drive

The Bolt is for, lack of a better word, “zippy”. At around 7 seconds for the 0-60 speed, it’s not the fastest electric car around — but it makes up for it in other places. Chevy is promising a range of at least 200 miles per charge, a much better range than you’d expect to find in an electric car that should come in at around $30-40,000 depending on government rebates. TechCrunch’s Greg Kumparak took a quick test drive around Chevy’s course at CES.