ANCHOR LEAD: As the automotive industry drives into the future, Detroit remains in the driver’s seat and the North American International Auto Show is the destination where next-generation products and technologies continue to make their debuts. Brian Osuch has more. (:60)
SCRIPT: Zero-to-Sixty, I’m Brian Osuch. Many car enthusiasts are focusing on safety features, connectivity and performance at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. But, the electrification space is also generating quite a bit of buzz. Chevrolet’s Steve Majoros….
CUT: (Majoros) What’s great about the Bolt EV is it’s cracked the code, something no other manufacturer has been able to do. Which is provide over 200 miles of pure electric range at a price point designed to be under $30,000 after federal tax credits. So, it’s a great story as people are looking to enter the electrification space.
SCRIPT: Majoros says the Bolt EV is not just a great electric vehicle, it’s a great vehicle with great new technology …
CUT: (Majoros) Two things I want to point out. Number one, surround vision, actually stitches together four distinct exterior cameras to give you a 360 birds-eye view of your surroundings as your backing up and things like that. Secondly, a rear camera mirror, which replaces your traditional mirror with a camera. So, you can now look behind you, free of obstruction of passengers, pillars and cargo.
SCRIPT: For more, go to Chevrolet.com. That’s Zero-to-Sixty from Chevrolet.
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