The Bolt EUV will go into production in the summer of 2021.
It will be an SUV version of the 5-door Bolt.
The Chevrolet Bolt has proven to be relatively successful for GM and the brand’s first foray into fully-electric vehicles. Launched in 2017, the Bolt will be updated next year and will introduce the Bolt EUV which should further the vehicle’s appeal.
We were given glimpses of the Bolt EUV just this past summer and have a pretty good idea of what the vehicle will look like. GM has just shared a very brief video of the 2022 Bolt EUV Power Flow Screen on what looks to be a well-integrated 10.2-inch display. Said screen will deliver critical information to owners including regen braking use and battery charge level, and more.
The shot includes a look at the dashboard which, from what is visible, is an evolved version of what is currently delivered with the Bolt right down to the shape and positioning of the vents over the touchscreen display. The sole exception seems to a chrome/bright strip that travels through the vents and below the screen.
Chevrolet wants to remind us that the 2022 Bolt EUV will be the first electric vehicle from Chevrolet to feature Super Cruise, GM’s highly regarded hands-free driver assistance system.
We’d like to point out that, while searching for the Bolt EUV’s video, we noticed that Chevy’s YouTube channel has posted no fewer than six videos on the Bolt called: “Living Electric Real Owner Stories.” Could it be that GM’s drumming up interest for the Bolt EUV’s impending reveal?