Certainly looks like it.
, and now Chevrolet has taken the wraps of its Bolt EV concept that when it eventually launches will line up against the upcoming entry-level Tesla Model 3. For now though, comparisons can be made with the BMW i3, given its five-door hatchback shape, short front/rear overhangs and its lightweight construction with Chevy blending aluminum, carbon fiber, magnesium and woven mesh to create the little EV.
LED tech features in the head- and taillights, while aerodynamically- optimized vented rear fenders help extend the car’s range. The carmaker insists the high-tech cabin offers generous headroom and legroom, there’s a transparent roof, a minimalist center console sporting a floating design and 10-inch capacitive touchscreen, while slimline seats are housed on exposed aluminum pedestals. Without mentioning specifics, Chevy says the Bolt is capable of a 200-mile range and will be prices from around $30,000.