Bolt EV: Availability of the Bolt, which offers an estimated 238-mile range per battery charge, expands to all 50 states in August. Chevy will look to make some minor updates in about three years.
Volt: Sales of the plug-in hybrid have been steadily rising even with the Bolt EV in the mix. Some styling improvements should be on tap around the middle of next year, and Chevy is continually working on ways to improve the car's technology and electric range as it heads toward the third generation's arrival in the early 2020s.
Camaro: The track-ready 2018 Camaro ZL1 1LE goes on sale this summer, and Chevy's modus operandi is to continue popping out new variations in the coming years. A freshening of the base model is expected in 2019, with the seventh generation still about five years away.
Corvette: Numerous spy photos have shown GM testing what looks to be a midengine Corvette. GM could make it official as soon as January at the Detroit auto show, with an announcement timed to coincide with the Corvette's 65th anniversary. It's not expected to hit the road until 2019, though.
Trax: Chevy spiffed up the Trax last year, less than 18 months after it went on sale in the U.S., to make sure it met American tastes. A redesign is due in 2019.