Tesla who? Chevy Bolt kicks of 2017 with a big win

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History was made at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show where the Chevrolet Bolt EV won the show's award for North American Car of the Year, making it the first time an all-electric vehicle has taken the top prize. 

With this new title, the Bolt continues to build on the buzz that has surrounded it since its official unveiling at CES 2016 as arguably the first mass-market friendly, fully electric car. It has also made news as being both Steve Wozniak's new car of choice and GM's autonomous guinea pig for logging self-driving miles in San Francisco and Michigan.  

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