Chevy is showing off new tech and a sleek design with its latest electric model. The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV Reveal marks the start of something new: a compact, electric SUV that’s affordable and widely available. And Chevrolet punching hyper-drive in promoting the new electric utility vehicle.
2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV Reveal: Interior & Exterior Design
The Bolt EUV is the new larger SUV cousin to the original Bolt EV. You get 39 inches of legroom in the back as opposed to the EV’s 36 inches. The EUV is slightly longer too at 169.5 inches versus 163.2.
Style-wise, the EUV has a bold, futuristic look. Upfront, you’ll find signature LED lights mounted on a smooth, distinctive grille. Sculpted lines give the car a strong, stand-out look. And Chevy included low-profile roof rails for style and function.
Inside, the electric vehicle is classy and comfortable. Chevrolet upgraded the instrument panel, controls, and steering wheel, and the leather seats with contrast stitching add a touch of luxury.
The EUV also has optional heated front and rear seats and a panoramic power sunroof for expansive views.
Propulsion & Battery Specs
The Bolt EUV boasts a single-motor, 200-horsepower drive unit. There’s also the one-pedal driving system. With this, the driver can adjust their speed or stop using only the accelerator pedal.
The battery is a defining feature in the Bolt EUV. The 65-kilowatt-hour battery can last for up to 250 miles on a single charge. Additionally, it uses Chevy’s active thermal management system. This keeps the battery at an optimal temperature.
Lastly, the EUV battery is compatible with DC fast public chargers. This cuts down the need for long charging stops. Plugging in for half an hour can add up to 95 miles of range to the EUV’s battery.
If you love smart technologies and apps, the Bolt EUV has you covered. The electric vehicle is compatible with Apple Carplay and Android Auto. Wireless charging also comes standard on the Bolt EUV. Next, there’s a 4G LTE WiFi hotspot to keep everyone connected on the road.
Furthermore, the In-Vehicle Apps feature bundles Spotify, Alexa, and a bunch of other useful apps in one spot for use while driving. You can update or change apps so that you end up with a suite of your favorites.
Super Cruise: An All-New Chevy Offering
Most of the excitement around the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV Reveal is centered on Super Cruise. Included in the limited edition launch model, this system lets drivers go hands-free on 200,000 miles of North American roads. Super Cruise uses a premium Driver Attention System along with LiDAR map technology.
Further, the Driver Attention System is packed with safety features. It can tell when the driver is looking away from the road and will activate a light to catch their attention. If that doesn’t do the trick, the system will sound off until the driver re-engages with the vehicle.
Finally, the electric vehicle uses Chevy Safety Assist. This includes a bundle of proprietary tech like Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Assist Keeping with Departure Warning, and Front Pedestrian Braking.
For even more protection, you can access other assistance features like Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Adaptive Cruise Control.
2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV: Recap and Final Thoughts
The EUV packs a punch – especially at its reasonable price point. The base cost is $33,995. Chevy is also rolling out a limited edition for the launch with Super Cruise for $43,495.
In sum, the unique mix of features makes this car a no-brainer for electric vehicle fans who want space, comfort, luxury, tech, and range. All in one stylish and affordable package.
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