Chevrolet Bolt Has Landed In Camaro’s Territory!

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When compared to affordable everyday cars, sports cars are typically more expansive to own and maintain. As such, not everyone is willing to spend their savings on the likes of Chevrolet Camaro thus explaining why sports cars sell in small numbers all the time.

If 2017 is going to be the measurement of sales for the Camaro, then 3,000-4,000 units sold monthly is a respectable achievement since rival cars are not doing too well on the sales front.

This brings us to the Chevrolet Bolt. Like sports cars, pure EVs are also selling in small numbers but they are expected to grow beyond the figures of an affordable everyday car. Last year saw the Bolt achieving between 2,500 to 3,000 units on average but scoping onto the figures will give you a sales graph that is consistently on an incline.

December last month saw the Bolt hitting a new peak, slightly above the 3,000 mark. This is now in the Camaro range hence putting the Bolt in the same sales bracket with the Camaro. At this rate, we can expect the Bolt to hit 4,000 sales by Q3 this year before moving on to a bigger volume bracket.