Chevrolet has a brand new logo for the US and Europe that will debut later this month.
Chevrolet has also unveiled its new logo to commemorate the launch of its new 2018 Chevrolet Bolt EV.
The company also unveiled a new color palette for its 2018 Bolt EV, which will debut on March 10.
The new logo comes just weeks after Chevrolet announced it was expanding its marketing focus to include electric vehicle branding.
The brand’s new logo has three major elements: a large blue circle, which is a symbol of Chevrolet’s commitment to EV, a red circle, representing the Chevrolet Bolt brand, and a white circle, symbolizing Chevrolet’s future.
It also has the words “Chevron,” “Chase,” and “EV” written in black.
The Chevrolet Bolt is a new model for the company that will be available starting in 2018.
The Bolt will be powered by a 2.0L four-cylinder engine that produces 365 horsepower.
It will have a price tag of $57,400, or about $4,100 more than the Bolt EV and more than double the Bolt’s base price of $36,800.
It’s available for sale from dealers and will be built on a platform that will include electric motors, the company says.
It’s the first time Chevrolet has released a brand logo in three years, and it comes just a few weeks after the company unveiled its Bolt EV concept car.
The concept car was launched at CES in January, and the company has since shown off the new design to media and public.
The logo’s unveiling is also the first in a few years that Chevrolet will release a brand name for the Chevrolet Volt, which it unveiled last year.