Chevrolet announced today that they moved 952 copies of its Bolt EV electric vehicle. The plug-in electric vehicle has only been on sale since December and is currently only sold in two states in the U.S.
So far for the year Chevrolet has sold 2,114 Bolt EV’s as of February 28th. By comparison, sales of the all-electric Nissan Leaf have totaled 1,809 so far this year. While the Leaf is largely available nationwide, the Bolt EV is currently only on sale in California and Oregon. It is slated to launch in more states over the next few months, with a national rollout by later this year.
Chevrolet launched the Bolt EV as the first mass-market electric vehicle to cross the 200 mile range threshold and maintain a mainstream price point. The Bolt EV starts at $37,495 before federal and state level tax incentives.