Cool Car Tech From 2016 CES

Chevrolet Bolt EV
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Chevrolet Bolt EV

Why it's cool: An affordable electric car that will be available later this year

General Motors revealed a pre-production version of one of its upcoming cars – the Chevy Bolt – at CES. This all-electric hatchback will be able to drive more than 200 miles in between charges (as estimated by GM). That's more than double what the BMW i3 can do, at 81 miles, and is farther than the 107-mile Nissan Leaf. Pricing is expected to be comparable to the Leaf as well, starting around $37,500 before taxes or incentives are applied. For recharging the battery, commuters connecting their Bolt to DC Fast Charging stations can be back on the road in as little as half an hour, says GM.

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