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As GM and battery supplier LG Chem work on replacement modules for the recalled Chevy Bolt, LG will reportedly shoulder $1.2 billion in costs to fix the issue.
GM updated their recommendations to Chevy Bolt owners as part of their battery fire recall campaign — park 50 feet away from other cars, wherever possible.
As part of its ongoing battery recall, GM announced it would extend a shutdown for the plant that builds the Chevy Bolt for at least two weeks — until it's confident new LG Chem-sourced battery packs are safe.
To address battery fire concerns, GM will reportedly expand their recall campaign to replace modules in every Bolt made since 2017 — including the brand new 2022 Bolt and Bolt EUV.
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After nearly six months offline, GM announced the Orion Assembly plant will fully reboot Bolt EV and EUV production on April 4.
With a push toward its Ultium platform and new EVs on the horizon, it's hardly surprising if reports suggesting the Bolt's demise are true — but GM hasn't confirmed it *yet*.
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