By News24 EditorIn an interview with news24.com, a spokesperson for Chevrolet confirmed the lease agreement has been signed.

“Chevy Bolt lease has been finalized.

All parties have signed the lease and the lease terms and conditions,” the spokesperson said.”

The lease will continue for one year and a half.

No other details are available at this time.”

Earlier this month, the company signed a lease agreement with a new supplier to supply cars to the Bolt range.

The deal includes an option for the company to acquire the car manufacturer’s supply of engines, transmission, transmission upgrades and a range of other parts and technologies.

The spokesperson added that GM has a “good working relationship” with Ford, the biggest customer of the Bolt.

Ford’s Ford Fusion, the world’s largest carmaker, has already said it will only buy the car from GM if the Bolt is delivered.

“It’s not going to be a one-off, this is a long-term deal,” Ford CEO Mark Fields told the New York Times in November.

“There are a lot of components we need to work out, there’s a lot that’s not ready yet,” he said.

The latest news on the Bolt comes ahead of the company’s first global event in September, which will see the Bolt delivered to customers across the US.