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Chevrolet cars (GM, not Ford, which has yet to make a single vehicle with an electrified drivetrain) have been the most prominent nameplates to come to market with EVs – and they are no longer alone. The Chevrolet automobile is a nameplate used by General Motors, first introduced in 1923 for vehicles produced by the Chevy Motor Co. The name Chevrolet was applied in 1924. Do not forget to verify a used car with Chevrolet VIN decoder.

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