The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV crossover will be the first product of the brand with GM’s Super Cruise technology, and the first electric vehicle on sale with such a package.
That hands-free driver-assistance tech is available for the model as an option: on the Premier trim, adds $2200 to the price, 3 years of the OnStar subscription for free.
Chevrolet’s Safety Assist Package comes standard. It includes AEB, Lane Keep Assist and Forward Collision Alert.
The front-wheel-drive Chevy Bolt EUV is a larger, crossover version of the Bold EV hatchback, and it shares the BEV2 platform with the latter.
The Chevrolet Bolt EUV arrives on the market in the summer of 2021, together with the 2022 Chevy Bold EV.
The GMC Hummer EV and the Cadillac Lyriq EV, which also got Super Cruise, will go on sale in fall 2021 and in late 2022, respectively.
The EUV is 169.5 in long, 69.7 in wide and 63.6 in tall. Its storage place is 16.3 ft3 (vs the hatchback’s 16.6 ft3).
The crossover’s interior resembles the rest of the General Motors’ lineup, except for the digital layout of the dashboard. A 10.2-inch display is standard, as well as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, wireless smartphone charging.
Like in the Bolt EV, the Bolt EUV’s powertrain comprises a single motor that delivers 200 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque, and a 65.0-kWh battery pack enabling up to 250 miles of range – 9 miles less than the hatchback’s range. The fast-charging support up to 55 kW is standard on the crossover model.
The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV starts at $33,995, while the 2022 Bolt EV costs from $31,995 (a price drop of $5500 compared with the current Bolt).