We got a look at the Chevy Bolt EV concept last month at NAIAS Detroit, and now Chevy is announcing it will begin production of the vehicle.
The long-range, pure electric vehicle could deliver about 200 miles of drive time on a charge. The vehicle is targeted to cost around $30,000 after federal incentives.
But the best part? The vehicle will be built locally.
Production is set to happen at GM's Orion Assembly and Pontiac Metal Center. The two centers are receiving a combined $200 million investment to support production of the vehicle.
When the production will begin has not yet been announced.