Today, General Motors (GM) released its Q3 2022 delivery results, and confirmed that the Bolt EV and EUV have shipments with nearly 15,000 deliveries in the US.
“Record quarterly sales of the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV, which totaled 14,709 units,” the auto brand said in a report published by Automotive News on Twitter.
GM is ramping up its EV assembly plans, hiking production of the EV Chevrolet Bolt and other vehicles. The company reported its highest quarterly sales of the Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV, which totaled nearly 15,000 vehicles. https://t.co/jZd2K0vWpi
— Automotive News (@Automotive_News) October 3, 2022
Having shipped around 22,000 Bolt EVs and EUVs so far this year, GM expects to ship 44,000 vehicles this year.
In response to unprecedented customer demand of more than 44,000 vehicle deliveries, GM plans to increase deliveries to more than 70,000 by 2023.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV/Bolt EUV is one of the best small electric cars on the North American market, carrying an outstanding value proposition.
The latest model year 2023 versions are significantly cheaper, with the Bolt EV at $26,595 and the Bolt EUV at $28,195.
Chevrolet also highlighted its support for charging, available through a program for eligible customers who purchase or rent a new Bolt EV or Bolt EUV that includes standard installation of a home charger through Qmerit, or public charging credits via EVGo.