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GM’s Chevy Bolt Takes on Tesla With 238-Mile Battery Range

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GM's Chevy Bolt Charged by 238-Mile Battery Range

General Motors Co. said its Chevrolet Bolt electric car will be able to go 238 miles on a fully-charged battery, which is farther than the least-expensive versions of Tesla Motors Inc.’s Model S sedan and could beat the much-anticipated Model 3 when it comes out.

The Bolt’s range is an estimate from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, GM said in a statement. The car, scheduled to begin sales later this year, is expected to be priced at $37,500 before a federal tax credit of as much as $7,500, the automaker said.