The new Chevy Bolt electric utility vehicle will have the dashboard and the infotainment display which differ from the current Bolt’s.
The Bold EUV is a larger, taller and sleeker sibling of the regular Bold hatchback. General Motors says the both will reach dealerships next summer. They are built on the company’s BEV2 electric platform.
The 2022 Chevrolet Bold EUV’s most notable thing is GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driver-assistance system normally available for the premium Cadillac vehicles.
So, the upcoming crossover will be the first Chevrolet with this feature, and, moreover, the Tesla Model Y’s direct rival.
The video on Chevy’s Twitter demonstrates a Power Flow screen that lets drivers know “if they’re using regenerative braking and how much charge they have left” (Chevy Electric’s quote).
Besides, as far as we can see, the interior of the upcoming Bold EUV is far darker and uses more traditional layout and buttons than the Bold EV. Unlike the latter, the controls and the dashboard in the video have no white and dark-gray color scheme.