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Nearly all automakers currently active in the industry have entered the alternative fuel market one way or another. Among them is Chevrolet, with a major focus on its trucks and SUVs, Chevrolet and General Motors have only begun to dip in their toes into the pool of hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and electric vehicles (EVs). The most successful EV by Chevrolet by far and to date is none other than the Chevy Bolt EV. Cheaper and better than a Tesla, it led the automaker on a new path, and to further it, Chevrolet is introducing the all-new electric 2022 Bolt EUV.
The Chevy Bolt EV was compact, cute even. All that power in a stylish package for up to five people was a real winner. However, there are plenty of consumers out there looking for more room to store more things. That’s why the new introduction of the Chevrolet Bolt EUV to the lineup is a little on the larger end. With SUV-like proportions, but not an SUV – still seating up to five people max – the Bolt EUV simply adds on some size for cargo space, either flat on the cabin floor behind the second-row, or placed in the floor storage compartments.
“The new Bolt EUV is the best of the Bolt EV packaged in an SUV-like vehicle with more technology and features, giving customers more choices and reasons to switch to electric…This is an opportunity for Chevy to capitalize on the success we’ve built with the Bolt EV and bring new customers into the Chevy family.” - Steve Hill, vice president of Chevrolet
Since its introduction to the market in 2017, the Chevrolet Bolt EV has sold over 100,000 units, converting many General Motors (GM) and Chevy consumers into EV drivers over the years. Slowly, but surely, the myths about electric vehicles have dissipated. They have range, they have power, and with apps like PlugShare, finding a charging station is easier than ever. Adding the EUV to the lineup widens the demographic a bit.
To sweeten the pot, the Chevy Bolt EUV is going to be the first Chevrolet vehicle to offer Super Cruise. For the first time ever, a true hands-free driver assistance system will be available in a retail car. Of course, this will only work with enabled or certified roads – no word on highway driving – but hey, it’s the first kind of autonomous car technology we’re going to see on vehicles in the mass market. That’s something to get excited about.
For consumers who wish to purchase the Bolt EV or EUV, but don’t like the idea of also investing in a charger installation for their home, or can’t (some of us still rent), Chevrolet is also in the development of a new Dual Level Charge Cord. Now, a separate charger will no longer be needed. A changeable plug will allow the customer to use either a standard 120-volt electrical appliance outlet (the same in all U.S. homes that you plug your phone charger into) for Level 1 charging and a 240-volt outlet for Level 2 charging up. The latter will work on public charging stations and home installations for faster charging times, up to 7.2 kilowatts. The Dual Level Charge Cord will automatically come standard with the new Bolt EUV, and an optional add on for the Bolt EV.
With the small SUV segment growing, the Bolt EUV needs to separate itself from the rest. More muscular designs are starting to show up in style, but that also offers the chance to increase legroom to keep passengers comfortable in the cabin. The front fascia has lines seamlessly connecting it to the sides of the vehicle, with standard roof rails to complete the look of an SUV. Adding to the sculpted grille on the front-end of the Bolt EUV will be standard LED headlamps and Chevy’s brand-specific, high-eye daytime running lamps. These double as turn-signal indicators for other drivers to see in their rearview. Just a courteous way of letting others know the Bolt EUV is merging lanes. With an advanced 65 kilowatt-hour, lithium-ion battery pack, the Bolt EUV also gets plenty of miles, with a GM-estimated range on a full charge of 250 miles (402 km).
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