Both Bolt versions go into production in the summer of 2021.
The Bolt EUV will be the first non-Cadillac to get Super Cruise.
Well, it’s not quite a glimpse. It’s more like an idea of its overall profile. To be frank, unless you watch the five-second video where you can see the size evolution, it’s difficult to make out which Chevrolet Bolt is which just by the provided images.
We tweaked the Bolt EUV’s image and superimposed it on the Buick VELITE 7. The extended hood and longer roofline line up perfectly. The taller shoulders, and extra fender material over the front wheels are tell-tale signs of the larger EUV. As the name suggests, the EUV will be the Bolt EV’s SUV-like sibling.
As for the actual Bolt EV, there’s little more to go on other than the shorter hood and overall shape are extremely familiar.
Expectations are high for both EVs as the race to put more of them on the road is on. The Bolt EUV will be especially important as it will face opposition from the already on-sale Volkswagen ID.4 and, to a slightly lesser extent, the Tesla Model Y. A number of plug-in SUVs are also on the way, from Jeep for example, so pricing will be a very important factor as well.