General Motors Just Delivered Its First Chevy Bolts To Tesla’s Backyard

Officially, GM says it chose the location because “the Bay Area is one of the largest markets for the Chevy Electric family and Fremont Chevrolet (dealership) is the number one store for Volt sales this year, making it the perfect location for Bolt EV to make its debut.” The Chevrolet Volt—not to be confused with the Bolt—is a plug-in electric hybrid. GM delivered 21,048 Volts in the U.S. from January to November 2016, a 58.5% increase from the same period last year.