GM is launching programs on Chevy Bolt EVs to prevent future battery fires
Follow-up remembering last year, GM has outlined a solution to the problem that caused five Chevy Bolt Battery fire between 2017 and 2019. In a post seen by About. At the same time, they have introduced a new GM awareness program that is said to be able to detect problems before they become serious. The mechanic also removes 90% of the cap used to start the memorial.
In the coming months, GM is planning to launch a program to introduce other Bolt EV brands. It will also be similar to future GM electric vehicles. In the meantime, if you have a 2019 Bolt EV, your car is a must help here. Those who have the 2017 and 2018 nominations will have to wait until the end of May to register their nominations. Last year, Hyundai recalled 25,564 Kona EVs in South Korea. Both GM and Hyundai got their batteries from LG Chem. At the time, the company said Reuters could not determine the cause of Kona’s fire but is said to have concluded that his cells were innocent.
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