2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV
There’s no denying the original 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV was a true gamechanger. Now, Chevy is making their next move with the 2022 Bolt EUV, the first all-electric utility vehicle from General Motors.
Greg Carloss: "2017 was basically forever ago, but if you remember, it was a pretty big deal when the Bolt EV came out and answered the call for an affordable battery electric vehicle with over 200 miles of range. Now Chevy is answering another call by doing the same thingwith a utility. Granted it doesn’t resemble what most Americans probably picture when they think of a utility vehicle, but let me ask you this; why does it have to?"
The Bolt utility shares its platformand drivetrain with the Bolt EV, witha standard range of 250-miles. But the EUV is 6-inches longer; with a healthy 3 inches of added rear seat legroom, as well as additional cargo space. There’s also an optional sunroof, and a host of interior updates to beshared with the Bolt EV, but unfortunately, no all-wheel-drive.
Rachel Ederer: "The Bolt EUV continues to bring in a whole lot of ‘new.’ It is the first Chevrolet with GM’s Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system. Cruising on the highway just became that much easier and hands-free."
Big news too is a lower price for the revamped Bolt EV; now starting around $32,000 before any incentives; while the new Bolt EUV will start at around $34,000 when it arrives this summer. We’ll have more on the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV soon, on MotorWeek.