General Motors has expanded the scope of its Chevrolet Bolt recall due to the risk of fire from the high voltage battery pack and expects to take a hit of $1 billion to do so. In addition, the company said it would indefinitely halt sales of the EVs due to the issue. The latest recall covers bolts from model years 2019 through 2022. The recall covers all remaining Bolts not previously recalled in July. The company said it will replace defective battery modules with new modules and cease Bolt sales until it is satisfied with the fix.