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News Chevrolet Bolt EUV Reveal February 14th With Some Disney Magic

Chevrolet Bolt EUV Reveal February 14th With Some Disney Magic

Bolt crossover coming next month

  • EV crossover set for Valentine’s reveal

  • Will be latest addition to GM’s lineup of EVs


A week after teasing a steering wheel, Chevrolet is teasing the upcoming Bolt EUV once again. But this time it comes with a date. Chevrolet will be unveiling the 2022 Bolt EUV at a special event at Walt Disney World on February 14th.

Walt Disney World, and yes that’s the one in Florida, will help Chevrolet wish upon a star with it’s all-new 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV as well as the Bolt EV. The model will arrive at dealers this summer, but we still haven’t seen the electric utility vehicle, as Chevrolet is branding the electric crossover.

What we can see of the new vehicle is just the tailgate. Looking taller than the Bolt EV, as well as wider for more interior space and crossover utility, expect this one to quickly eclipse the Bolt EV hatchback in sales thanks to offering a more popular body shape. We also know that it will have GM’s Super Cruise hands-off driving feature coming, though it won’t have GM’s latest Ultium battery and powertrain system.

The look is largely Bolt EV, but with tweaks like wider and narrower taillights using LED bars that extend into the fenders instead of a hatch that runs edge to edge and holds the entire light. The rear bumper also looks to add more cladding, the easy way to tell you it’s a crossover.

How do we know Chevrolet thinks you will fall in love with the Bolt EUV? If Disney wasn’t enough, they’ve set the release for a Sunday that also happens to be Valentine’s day. That means it’ll need to beat out cheap candy and overpriced flowers to win the day and somehow we think Chevrolet will manage with this live stream collaboration.

 

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