The all-electric Chevy Bolt costs $30,000

Or, $37,495 before a federal tax credit.

Chevy has hemmed and hawed over the ins and outs of its Bolt electric vehicle's pricing, but now we have some specifics. Driving one off the lot with the "well equipped" LT trim package comes with a rear camera, 10.2-inch touch screen and a Regen-on-Demand paddle will set you back $37,495 according to the automaker.

There's a higher-end "Premier" model with leather interior, heated seats, surround camera and a backup camera display in the rearview mirror, but GM hasn't said how much that'll cost yet. The company is banking on the $7,500 federal tax credit making the LT's standard price more attractive, bringing it down to a cool $29,995. For those keeping track at home, that's just over $5,000 cheaper than the base price of the Tesla Model 3 (Update: That is, before any tax credits are applied to the price of the Model 3, which, unless you're already on the preorder list, they might not.)