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Chevrolet has enhanced their Bolt EV by redesigning to include new lighting, duel level charge cord, interior design, and more.



All-New Chevrolet Bolt EUV brings character as well as a muscular design and roomier interior to the small SUV segment.



Smart. Agile. Aerodynamic. Fast. Not typically what you think of when you think of a truck. But Silverado EV isn't just a truck. It's a category-defying, boundary-breaking game changer that can be what you need and want it to be.

  • Available 400 Mile Range: GM-Estimated on a full charge
  • Over 660 HP with wide open Watts
  • Under 4.5 Seconds 0 to 60 Time with wide open Watts
  • Over 780LB.-FT of Torque with wide open Watts


Featuring a sleek new design and walk-up lighting, Chevrolet's top-selling SUV will be available starting Fall 2023. More information coming soon!



Chevy's All-New Blazer EV, an all-electric midsize SUV, will be available in Spring 2023 in a power-boosting SS trim, which is perfect for the journeys ahead. More information coming soon!


To make an impact toward building a zero-emissions future, GM has made a commitment to 30 new electric vehicles, globally, by 2025. GM is positioned to not only design but also engineer and produce electric vehicles for every style and price point. We are building a competitive advantage on all sides - from batteries, software, and manufacturing to the overall customer experience. Let the team at Kerry Chevrolet help you learn more about electric cars.


As GM invests more than $27 billion in EV and AV product development, Kerry Chevrolet is excited to bring you the latest in electric vehicle new and inventory. Find quick facts below about GM's electric vehicle investment and what what means to you.

Product Facts

  • By 2025, GM will launch 30 EVs around the world, and more than two-thirds will be available in North America. Cadillac, GMC, Chevrolet and Buick will all be represented, with EVs at all price points for families, work, adventure and performance.
  • Three-quarters of our Bolt EV buyers are new to GM, and they are among our most satisfied customers and ambassadors.
  • By mid-decade, we intend to sell a million EVs per year in our two largest markets – in North America, and with our joint venture partners in China.

  • General Motors recently unveiled the Cadillac LYRIQ show car and the GMC HUMMER EV. They join the Chevrolet Bolt EV, which is currently on the market.
  • The Cruise Origin was unveiled in January 2020, the first production vehicle from the General Motors, Cruise and Honda partnership. The Cruise Origin is a self-driving EV with modular design developed for a million miles of 24-hour service.
  • The Chevrolet Bolt EUV will be the first non-Cadillac to offer Super Cruise.
  • GM R&D has filed more than 3,000 global patents related to electrification.

Charging Facts

  • General Motors has partnered with Qmerit, to enable electric vehicle owners to more easily find and obtain quotes from pre-approved EV charging station installers.
  • There are already more than 25,000 public places across the US and Canada where our customers can charge their Chevrolet Bolt EV on Level 2 or Fast chargers.
  • Our Energy Assist feature displays dynamic data from charging networks, providing Chevrolet Bolt EV drivers with the ability to find, initiate and pay for charging at more than 40,000 charging stations in the North America.
  • We are adding 3,500 new EV charging plugs to our facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada, planning to eventually triple the amount of charging locations we currently provide.
  • We’re working alongside EVgo to build more than 2,700 fast charging stations over the next five years, tripling the size of the United States’ largest public fast charging network.
  • EVgo chargers, enabled by the collaboration with GM, will be powered by 100 percent renewable energy, aligning with our passion and commitment to sustainability both inside and outside our walls.

Battery Facts

  • Our joint venture with LG Energy Solution to develop and mass produce battery cells is expected to bring EVs closer to price-parity with gas-powered vehicles.
  • GM is projecting that its second generation Ultium packs will cost 60 percent less than batteries in use today with twice the energy density expected.
  • GM plans 19 different battery and drive unit configurations initially, including horizontal and vertical stacks, to power vehicles ranging from affordable cars and crossovers to luxury SUVs and pickup trucks.
  • Our ability to stack batteries vertically is unique in the industry and it allows for a flat cabin floor and more interior room than comparable EVs that use cylindrical battery packs.
  • Our Ultium battery cells feature a state-of-the-art Nickel Cobalt Manganese Aluminum (NCMA) chemistry, which was designed to reduce the cobalt content in our batteries by more than 70 percent.
  • We have enabled the reuse or recycling of 100 percent of returned batteries, and we will keep doing so.
  • We apply a comprehensive battery and high-voltage safety strategy and development process to every EV we make, supported by a dedicated high-voltage battery safety team

Investment Facts

  • Between 2020 and 2025, GM will invest more than $27 billion in EV and AV product spending, exceeding GM’s gas and diesel investment.
  • In October 2020, GM announced a $2 billion investment to transition its Spring Hill assembly plant to be dedicated to EVs.
  • In January 2020, GM announced a $2.2 billion investment at its Factory Zero assembly plant to produce a variety of all-electric trucks and SUVs, which will create more than 2,200 good-paying U.S. manufacturing jobs.
  • In December 2019, GM and LG Energy Solution announced plans to build a $2.3 billion plant in Lordstown, Ohio to mass produce battery cells for electric vehicles, which will create more than 1,100 new, good-paying jobs.
  • The Lordstown plant, which will be about the size of 30 football fields, will have an annual capacity of more than 30 gigawatt hours and room for expansion.
  • In 2019, GM announced it is investing $300 million in its Orion Township, Michigan assembly plant to produce the Chevrolet Bolt EUV, adding 400 jobs.
  • In 2018, GM announced a $28 million expansion of its battery testing lab in Warren, Michigan. It is the largest, most advanced battery test lab in America for over a decade.


Electric vehicle technology has rapidly progressed over recent years, with new and previously inconceivable innovations helping drive this new way to view transportation in a modern world. With quantum leaps in electric motor and battery cell high-tech mechanics, automotive OEMs across the globe are racing to switch their model line focus to specialize in electricity as opposed to gasoline combustion.

While there is still much work to be done in the means of battery car charging station networks to support this wave of new vehicles, the path to this very near future of automotive is quickly taking shape. According to a 2021 Consumers Reports article, over 100 BEV (Battery Electric Vehicles) will be hitting the market in the next five years, giving drivers who want to embrace this technology a wide selection of experiences to choose from. 


A key component to the success of any electric vehicle lies in its' battery capabilities. Liquid Lithium-Ion batteries are one such preferred battery tech that can be found in many electric vehicles. Lithium ions move from the negative electrode through an electrolyte to the positive electrode during discharge, and back the opposite way when charging. Li-on batteries utilize use an intercalated lithium compound as the material at the positive electrode and usually graphite at the negative electrode. Another emerging battery type used in some newer models are considered Solid-State, which use thin layers of solid electrolytes to pass lithium ions between negative and positive electrodes. With solid-state batteries being as much as eight times more expensive to produce, and hard to build at scale, these batteries will more likely be reserved for luxury electric vehicles.


In addition to hybrid vehicles and fully electric cars, there is a third breed of new electric vehicle technology: The Plug-in Hybrid.

What is the difference between a fully electric car, a standard hybrid and a plug-in hybrid? Like hybrid cars, plug-in hybrids have both electric and gas motor. The major difference is that on a plug-in hybrid, the gas motor is held in reserve in case your battery runs out of change. In other respects, a plug-in hybrid functions more like a fully electric car, in that it primarily relies on an electric motor, powered by a large battery that you plug in to charge.

Plug-in hybrid

  • Primary propulsion: electric motor, supplementary gas motor
  • Fuel: Electric battery, backup gas fuel tank available
  • Range: Battery range + gas fuel tank


Electric Cars

  • Primary propulsion: electric motor
  • Fuel: Electric battery
  • Range: Battery range


Standard hybrid

  • Primary propulsion: electric motor, supplementary electric motor
  • Fuel: Gas, supplementary passive-charging battery
  • Range: Gas fuel tank range

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