General Motors takes on Tesla with all-electric Chevy Bolt

Madeleine Cuff
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General Motors takes on Tesla with all-electric Chevy Bolt

The new model is the carmaker's first mass market pure electric car and goes further than the Tesla Model 3 on a single charge

General Motors (GM) has revealed its first mass market all-electric car, in a sign that low-emission vehicles are set to become the major battleground for the US auto industry in coming years. The all-electric...

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