2017 Chevrolet BOLT EV vs. 2017 BMW i3 (94 Ah) comparison

Technical comparison between 2017 Chevrolet BOLT EV vs 2017 BMW i3 (94 Ah).
Dimensions (length, width, height, wheelbase), engine (maximum power, torque, battery), performance (top speed, acceleration, range), trunk size, price.

Detailed 2017 Chevrolet BOLT EV review:
http://www.worldautoevolution.com/2017-chevrolet-bolt-ev-preview/
Detailed 2014 BMW i3 review:
http://www.worldautoevolution.com/2014-bmw-i3-review/

Please note that this is only a technical comparison, based solely on technical details of both cars. Not a real life Chevrolet Bolt vs. BMW i3 test. Images are taken from the manufacturer website.

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Comments

manoman0 says:

Bolt all the way…

Dalisu Ngobese says:

Not engines, it’s motors

manoman0 says:

Quality materials on the BMW? What exactly does that mean? Those fuzzy door panel carpets? That piece of driftwood on the console? The one way carbon bodyshell?

Thomas Jacques says:

And the clear winner is the Bolt.

ac0pt says:

BMW i3 all the way, range is overrated.
With Rex, there’s no limit in range!
In the rare occasion of needing to do a long travel you just fill up Rex and keep going!

RANGE IS FOR MARKETING purpose!

Kenz300 x says:

GM — what is up with trying to throw road blocks into the competition by proposing anti TESLA legislation in states.
Maybe GM should focus on building better vehicles that out perform the competition rather than trying to stifle competition thru anti competitive legislation in states. Electric vehicles are the future. Climate Change is real. It will impact all of us. We need to move to clean energy production with wind and solar power and clean energy consumption with electric vehicles. Fossil fuels are the cause of Climate Change. We need to deal with the cause.
GM needs to focus more on building better vehicles and less on slowing the transition to electric vehicles.

Kenz300 x says:

Soon all new EV’s will come with 200+ mile REAL range.
200+ miles is the new minimum acceptable range.
It is time for all auto makers to step it up and move beyond building “compliance” vehicles.

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