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The Chevy Bolt will be a big test for the EV market (GM)

The Chevy Bolt will be a major test for the electric car market. That's because when it comes to electric cars, there are two major issues that have historically held them back: the range limitation and price. The Chevy Bolt will be the very first car to address both those issues head-on, but whether people will clamor for the Bolt is still unclear. "We don't know, obviously, how big that market is, no one knows," GM President Dan Ammann told Business Insider.
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