Lotte Rent-a-Car to Offer Bolt EV

2017 Chevrolet Bolt. Photo courtesy of General Motors
2017 Chevrolet Bolt. Photo courtesy of General Motors

South Korea-based Lotte Rent-a-Car has partnered with GM Korea to add Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles to its rental fleet, according to a report by the Korea Economic Daily.

Lotte will offer the Bolt EV rental cars through long-term and short-term rental and carsharing, says the report. The Bolt is able to run up to 383 kilometers with a single charge.

“I am glad to offer the Chevrolet Bolt EV to our customers,” Pyo Hyun-myung, president of Lotte Rent-a-Car, told the Korea Economic Daily. “Given electric vehicles have increasingly become mainstream, we'd like to provide safe driving experience so that many more customers could consider leasing or buying EVs."

Click here for the full Korea Economic Daily report. 

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