Herb Connollys Chevy Bolt electric sports car has a top speed of about 100 miles per hour, a 200 mile range, and it has all of the features of a real sports car.

It even has its own video game.

The Bolt EV has been unveiled at a preview event in Detroit.

The Bolt EV looks like the future, and the company says it’s all made of aluminum and magnesium.

It’s a sporty electric car that’s powered by a plug-in hybrid system that gets up to 55 miles per charge.

But the Bolt EV also has an electric motor that gives it a top top speed that can reach 130 miles per day.

The Chevrolet Bolt EV will cost $37,900, according to the manufacturer, and that’s after the $4,500 initial investment.

The first Bolt EVs will go on sale in 2019.

The Chevy Bolt has been praised for its ability to be both a driver and a passenger.

The Chevy Bolt is designed to handle everything a driver would want in a sports car, including going from zero to 60 in 4.5 seconds and going from 60 to 155 mph in 6.4 seconds.

The top speed will be limited to 120 miles per time.

The car is powered by the Bolt electric system, which makes the Bolt feel like it’s on the move, rather than a car that you need to park at the garage every day.

The engine has four electric motors, which are paired together to drive a single electric motor.

This makes the car feel like a pure sportscar.

It also comes with a set of Brembo brakes and an 8.2-inch touchscreen display that allows the driver to navigate the interior with the touch of a button.

It also has a driver assist system that provides road conditions with a dedicated lane-keeping feature and speed limit signs.

The vehicle will be a big step up from the Bolt that was revealed at the Detroit auto show earlier this year.

Chevrolet announced the Bolt concept at the same time.

It will have a range of 220 miles and can go up to 155 miles per battery charge.

The car will also come with an array of electric powertrains, including a battery that can go to 800 miles on a single charge.

The company also said it would be the first car in the United States to offer its Bolt EV as a standard option, though the Bolt will not be sold as an option on the company’s standard models.

The automaker also announced the Chevrolet Bolt as a dealer exclusive for a limited time.