The annual technology confab that traditionally kicks off the new year, CES (Consumer Electronics Show), wrapped up in Las Vegas last week with its usual display of next-generation gadgets and components, and beyond that provided a glimpse of what the coming years in technology have in store.
This year’s show featured some interesting new offerings on the green tech scene, most notably the debut of two EVs — the Chevy Bolt and the FFZero1 Concept car from new EV maker Faraway Future — that have the potential to shake up the growing market for electric cars.
Click on the photo below for a look at those new vehicles, as well as a few other cool green-tech offerings that made their debut at CES 2016 this year.
GM unveiled the production version of the much-anticipated Chevy Bolt, the automaker’s 200-mile range all-electric car with a $30,000 price tag (after federal incentives). Notable about the Bolt is that its range is double that of EVs in a comparable price bracket and second only to the Tesla Model S, which can go further ($265 miles without charging) but starts at a much higher price point of $70,000. Indeed, it’s the low price and mileage combination that GM expects will help the Bolt shake up the EV market when it’s available commercially late this year.
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