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Volvo’s brand new electric range-extender, the Bolt, has proved to be a huge hit with the masses.
The Bolt has sold out at Volvo dealerships across the U.S. and Europe and has been one of the hottest sellers in the U, with a strong base of enthusiasts.
Volvo says that the Bolt’s popularity is a sign of confidence in the brand and the company’s ability to meet customer demand for more efficient cars.
“The Bolt EV offers consumers a truly electric car that’s a great value for the money,” said Paul Henningsen, vice president of product management for Volvo Cars North America.
In a nutshell, the Volt’s battery can be recharged up to 10 times over its battery capacity, which makes it ideal for when you have a long commute and want to make sure your battery is always fully charged.
While it’s not quite as efficient as a full battery electric car, the new Bolt is an all-electric car that will do its job and offer some serious performance.
You won’t be able to buy a car that doesn’t offer a good range of at least 100 miles (153 kilometers) without an electric range extender.
Volvo’s Volt EV, which costs $35,000, is a very well-rounded electric car.
It’s one of our favorite electric cars in the world.
We’ve been doing this for 30 years.
Its one of a kind, and the Bolt EV is a phenomenal value.
Bolt EV range extenders are available in five different capacities, from the low end of the range to the top of the road.
Unlike a traditional battery electric vehicle, where you can recharge an electric battery as often as you want, an electric EV uses energy from the grid.
A Volt EV can go up to 90 miles (160 kilometers) on a single charge.
Even though you can charge a Volt EV with a standard charge, there are times when it makes sense to use a range extend.
That’s why, when you want to recharge a Volt, you can do so while the car is charging, rather than when it’s charging and you’re on the highway.
When the Volt is fully charged, it can go from 80 to 100 miles per hour (124 to 152 kilometers per hour), which is more than any car in its class.
I think Volt owners should be more concerned with the performance and range of the battery and not the performance of the car, said Hennensen.
But that’s why I like to say that the Volt EV is the most exciting car in the whole electric vehicle world right now.
There’s a huge opportunity to build a whole new generation of electric cars that are truly capable of meeting the needs of consumers and their families,” he added.
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