Popular electric car that won’t make it to next year as it’s discontinued | The Sun

A WELL known electric vehicle is set to vanish from garage forecourts after the manufacturer announced it was to be discontinued.

The Chevrolet Bolt EUV, a popular electric vehicle ( EV), is set to join the long list of discontinued motors.

The Bolt EUV was a crossover version of the standard model and a bit with customers. Website Topspeed predict Chevrolet might re-launch the car at some point in the future.

The Bolt EUV is one of 25 top motors that will be pulled by the end of the year.

Huge brands such as Audi, Mercedes-Benz and Ferrari have decided to cull some cars in a key shake up of their strategy.

The Alpina B7 – based on the BMW 7 Series – won't see a direct successor based on the current generation with other models in danger of being discontinued as well.

And Ferrari are saying goodbye to two of their sleek sports cars.

The stellar F8 Tributo is being culled but motorists can get their hands on the fairly similar F8 Spider.

Meanwhile, the iconic Italian manufacturer are replacing the Portofino M by the more-powerful Roma Spider come 2024.

Mercedes is also cutting back its lineup dramatically, pulling theC-Class Coupe, the CLS and E-Class Cabriolet.

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