The automotive sector is currently undergoing a revolutionary transition. Electric vehicles have proven to be more comfortable, faster, and more cost-efficient to own. Compared to gas-fueled cars, electric vehicles require much less maintenance and emit far less noise. They also provide massive quantities of instant torque, and can often be charged in your garage overnight.
Chevrolet has always been a trendsetter in the technological development of electric vehicles. The current Chevy electric lineup contains two models: the Chevy Bolt EV and the new Bolt EUV. With other models on the way like an electric Silverado and Equinox, it’s bound to be an exciting decade for the automaker. Let’s have a quick look over each of Chevy’s electric vehicles, both current and upcoming.
When car enthusiasts think of Chevy EVs, they likely think of the Bolt: a subcompact front-wheel-drive vehicle perfect for city and suburban driving. The 2023 Chevy Bolt is also powerful, luxurious, and can fit up to 16.6 cubic feet of cargo. This EV not only looks more exciting but comes with more amenities and a lower starting price.
The Bolt’s steering wheel has a flat bottom, comfy seats, and a combination of pull-toggle and push buttons that replace the electric shifter. A 10.2-inch touch-screen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto comes standard with all trim levels. A subscription-based Wi-Fi hotspot and wireless smartphone charging are available on both EV trims as upgrades. You won’t need to touch the infotainment screen constantly either, thanks to the physical volume-and-tuning knobs and the home-screen shortcut button.
Alongside the futuristic sheet metal and freshly refinished cabin with soft-touch surfaces, the same motor system returns with an estimated driving range of 259 miles. This EV can recharge from near empty to full in as few as 7.5 hours with a Level Two charger, and drivers can reach 60 mph from zero in 6.5 seconds. The Bolt’s intelligent driving optimization uses live data to maximize efficiency. You can also recharge the battery while traveling or use only one pedal while driving, all with Chevy’s regenerative braking system.
The Bolt EV has two trim levels: the well-equipped 2LT, and the fully loaded 2LT. The latter has perforated leather seating instead of cloth, along with heated front seats. It also has fancier alloy wheels and an available Bose premium sound system with seven features. You can also get upgraded HD camera features, including HD surround vision with a rear camera view. With either trim level, the new Bolt EV’s affordable price, spacious interior, and enjoyable driving dynamics put it far above competing subcompact EVs.
Short for Electric Utility Vehicle, the EUV expands the frame of the Chevy Bolt EV hatchback. This high-powered car is 6 inches longer than its counterpart and has a more robust exterior style. The Bolt EUV also boasts a powerful dual-electric motor, so expect quick acceleration alongside a total range of 247 miles. There are three trim levels for the 2022 edition: the LT, Premier, and the Launch Edition coming this summer.
Even in a larger frame, Chevy’s EUV design is wonderfully quiet and free of vibrations. It comes with a user-friendly infotainment system and a long list of active safety features, such as Super Cruise. It also has incredible driver assistance technology, including a hand-free driving mode that allows you to steer, accelerate and stop semi-automatically on specific major highways.
The cabin of the 2023 Bolt EUV provides both elegance and luxury. All models have the Bolt’s flat-bottom steering wheel and a push-button gear selector, plus a fun geometric pattern on the seat material. It has nearly the same amount of cargo space as the EV: 16.3 cubic feet with the seats down or 56.9 cubic feet with the seats folded up. The Bolt EUV is also longer broader and higher than the conventional Bolt hatchback, and the extra space means three more inches of legroom in the rear seats for a total of 39.1 inches.
The front of the EUV’s cabin includes a digital gauge display and a 10.2-inch infotainment touchscreen with integrated climate controls . Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Amazon’s Alexa, and an inbuilt Wi-Fi hotspot are also standard features. The Bolt EUV can also communicate with a driver via a smartphone app; for example, its system can alert you when the vehicle is done charging.
Let’s take a quick look at what EVs Chevy plans to offer next.
For 2024, Chevy has announced an electric Silverado with a 400-mile range, over 660 horsepower, and 780 pound-feet of torque. This electric truck provides massive quantities of torque without the need to shift gears, all with an incomparably better cost to recharge. This truck will also have a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds and a version of Super Cruise that supports trailer towing. You will also be able to recharge 100 miles of power in only 10 minutes with DC fast charging. The Silverado even includes a revolutionary multi-flex midgate to fit items over 10 feet long.
The electric Chevrolet Equinox was first teased at the start of 2022 and has been confirmed for the fall of 2023. It will have two trim levels: LT and RS, each with different potential power ratings depending on other factors like charging capabilities and engine type. The Equinox EV has only been hinted at, but we know it will have a 300-mile range, plus a dark red and black interior trim.
The 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV is set to hit the market in Summer 2023. Sporting a sporty design and powered by the new Ultium battery platform, it promises outstanding performance and impressive range. Stay tuned for the release of the SS Blazer EV in Fall 2023. Find out more about the features and benefits of the Blazer EV as you scroll down.
If you’re interested in the Chevy Blazer EV, you’ll have four different trims to choose from. Below, we’ll explore each option, starting with the entry-level 1LT trim priced at around $44,995, and going up to the premium SS trim, which is estimated to have an MSRP around $65,995.
1LT: With a range of 247 miles, FWD, and 19″ wheels, the 1LT also features an 11.5 kW onboard charge, an 11-inch diagonal driver information center, a 17.7-inch diagonal touch-screen display, and Chevy Safety Assist. It’s estimated to be available starting Winter 2024, with an MSRP starting around $44,995.
2LT: The 2LT offers a range of 293 miles, FWD, and the option for eAWD. It also comes with increased battery capacity, available Super Cruise hands-free driving technology, and advanced safety features. Estimated to be available starting Summer 2023, with an MSRP starting around $47,595.
RS: With an estimated range of 320 miles, the RS trim offers FWD, as well as the option for RWD or eAWD. It features 21″ wheels, a black-painted grille panel, lower fascia with sporty flow-through rocker molding. Estimated to be available starting Summer 2023, with an MSRP starting around $51,995.
SS: The SS trim provides an estimated range of 290 miles on a full charge. It comes with performance AWD and the capability of reaching 0-60 mph in under 4 seconds thanks to the Wide Open Watts performance mode. Additionally, it has 22″ wheels with a multi-finish and the availability of Super Cruise driver assistance hands-free driving technology. Estimated to be available starting Fall 2023, with an MSRP starting around $65,995..
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