Chevrolet officially unveiled the 2022 model Chevrolet Bolt in two versions called the EUV and EV. The Chevrolet Bolt is the first mass-production electric vehicle by General Motors and Chevrolet revealed its first generation in 2016 and now the 2022 version is ready to attract buyers.
The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt will come in two versions, the normal EV and the larger EUV. The normal model can travel up to 416 km with a single charge but the maximum driving range for the larger EUV is 402 km.
The compact EV has a sport front fascia with its new headlights and slim DRLs. The hexagonal grille is also body-colored while it was black on the previous model. Inside the cabin changes are big while there are fully digital instrument clusters and a 10.2-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 4G LTE hotspot, wireless charger, new leather seats, and a push button-shifter. The 2022 Bolt also comes standard with Chevy Safety Assist that contains automatic emergency braking, forward collision alert, lane-keep assist with lane-departure warning, and front pedestrian detection. The EUV also comes with a Super Cruise active safety system as an extra-cost option
Underneath the new Chevrolet Bolt, there is a 65 kWh battery pack powering a 200 hp electric motor with 360 nm of torque. The new Bolt uses GM’s latest platform known as the Ultimum. Chevrolet Bolt also supports DC fast charging that can provide a 161 km of driving range in just 30 minutes. Buyers can use both 120 and 240-volt plugs for both EV and EUV models.
The Bolt EUV is a larger model that is 6.0-inch longer and its wheelbase is 3.0-linch longer which gives it better legroom. Abou cargo volume both models are identical.
Chevrolet will start the production by spring. Pricing for the 2022 Bolt EV starts from $31,995 and $33,995 for the larger EUV.