Bolt EV Owner Sues GM Over Winter Electric Car Range: Will They Win?

If you’ve watched this channel for any length of time, you’ll know that the range of an electric vehicle can drop in the winter due to increased rolling resistance and denser air, colder battery temperatures, poor road conditions, and use of the car’s battery conditioning and cabin heating system.

But one Chevrolet Bolt EV owner is taking Chevrolet to court after alleging that its advertising for the Bolt EV was misleading and false — because his Bolt EV suffered as much as 100 miles of range loss in the winter.

Will they win? Is there a case? We’re no lawyers, but here’s out take.

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