Ford’s new supercar, Chevy’s Bolt and a big luxury concept from Buick open on Motown turntables.
By Brian Douglas
It’s nearly impossible for some automakers to keep a secret. Even though Chevrolet held the first press conference at Detroit, right after the Car & Truck of the Year awards were announced, they tipped their hand a bit last week with the new Volt’s appearance at CES. But Chevy did have a trick up its sleeve. The Bolt, a petite pure electric with a claimed 200-mile range and $30-grand price was the media star of Chevy’s Monday morning gathering. Elon Musk may have a bit less to talk about when he makes his anticipated appearance at the show.
North American Car & Truck of the Year
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