The first renderings with the Chevrolet Bolt Concept shown as an Opel vehicle have recently popped onto the web, providing us with a first look into the upcoming vehicle.
There is no surprise anymore that Chevrolet is planning on offering a production version of the Bolt Concept over the next few years but until that will happen, the model in question will remain a one-off vehicle. After the car manufacturer will be introducing the final variant of the vehicle, this will be offered on the Old Continent too as an Opel and chances are it will become a worldwide model. The two images posted below are nothing more but renderings which have been signed by RM Design and they are showing us how the Opel Bolt may look like.
The Chevrolet Bolt will be produced at the Orion Township GM facility, the same one where the Chevrolet Sonic and the Buick Verano are being assembled too. The production version of the model will be riding on the Gamma small car platform, signed by General Motors, which will serve as a basis for the next-gen Sonic. Rumor has it that the final Bolt variant will be arriving in dealerships across the nation sometimes in 2017 and it should be priced from about 30,000 USD. The vehicle will be offering a range of more than 200 miles (322 km) and it should rival the Tesla Model III or even the BMW i3. More details on it are limited for the moment.