Chevrolet has been developing a sibling for the Bolt compact hatchback – an electric utility vehicle.
An early prototype has been recently caught on camera for the first time, in dense camouflage, of cause. Before the coronavirus lockdown, General Motors already unveiled the details about the upcoming Chevy Bold EUV.
Well, compared to the standard model, this crossover modification will be 5” longer overall and have a 3” longer wheelbase. Besides, it will be the first non-Cadillac to get Super Cruise.
The Bold EUV will be able to cover about 400 miles (644 km) of range and provide Level 2 fast charging, but not by means of GM’s new Ulitum battery with up to 200kWh capacity.
In 2020, the regular Chevrolet Bolt facelift should debut. So, the EUV variant may arrive in the first half of next year.
The current Chevrolet Bolt hatchback is a good electric vehicle with superb 259-mile (417 km) driving range, agile handling, quick acceleration, ample cargo space and a long list of standard features including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration.
On the downside, the car has unsupportive seats and drab cabin materials. Compared to some rivals, it is expensive – from $36,620 for the 2020 model.
Source: Motor1. U.S. News & World Report