The Chevy Bolt was introduced to the Korean market two weeks ago at the Seoul Motor Show, where it was greeted enthusiastically by local customers. The company’s original allocation of 400 cars was spoken for in under two hours. By the end of the show, Chevrolet had received 2,000 orders for the all-electric car. “It completely sold out,” GM Korea CEO James Kim said while unveiling the Bolt. “Next year, we will make an effort to prepare more Bolt EVs.”
Chevy Bolt Sells Out In South Korea — 2,000 Orders, But Only 400 Available was originally published on CleanTechnica.