The 2022 Bolt EV and Bolt EUV
Coming in the summer of 2021 is the redesigned 2022 Bolt EV as well as the newest member of the GM Electric Vehicle line up: The 2022 Bolt EUV. This is an exciting time for everyone interested in EVs as more and more EVs are announced and begin to be produced and as GM takes the first steps to fulfill their promise of 30 new EV models by 2025.
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The redesigned Bolt EV
The Bolt EV was first introduced late 2016 and it is manufactured in partnership with the LG Corporation. Its initial range was 383 km but with advancements in EV batteries it now has a range of 417 km. The redesigned infotainment system will feature wireless Apple Carplay and wireless Android Auto to keep you connected while you drive. The display will also show information relating to battery life and driving history to help maximize efficiency. The Bolt EV will also have lane keep assist, following distance indicator, Intellibeam auto high beams, forward collision alert, and automatic emergency breaking just to name a few of the features that make driving better and safer.
This redesigned Bolt EV is packed full of technology designed to keep you connected and informed and on top of that the redesign gives it a sharp, exciting look! Check it out for yourself below:
The Bolt EUV
If you are looking for something bigger than the Bolt EV but still want an all-electric vehicle look no further than the Bolt EUV (the name itself is a play on combining EV, Electric Vehicle, and SUV, Sports Utility Vehicle, to get EUV, Electric Utility Vehicle). Boasting more legroom and more cargo space than its predecessor, the Bolt EUV is perfect for those searching for an affordable and versatile EV. As it is bigger than the Bolt EV, the EUV does have a slightly reduced range of 402 KM but that is still plenty enough to get you through a couple days of driving without needing a charge.
The new Bolt EUV features much of the same great technology that the Bolt EV has but expands in some other areas, including the available Super Cruise. The Bolt EUV will be the first Chevrolet vehicle to feature this amazing technology that was first introduced on Cadillacs in 2017. Super Cruise has gone through a lot of testing and development and when compared to other hands-free driving technologies has come out on top according to MotorTrend.
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