The package falls under the Special Service Vehicles packages.
It features a Surveillance Mode.
While they’ll never be as iconic a cop car as a 1990s Chevrolet Impala, GM’s opted to offer the new all-electric 2022 Chevrolet Bolt and Bolt EUV with an optional Special Service Vehicles package, or SSV. Better known as a police package, both Bolts will be outfitted with a number of must-have features for law enforcement.
One such element will be a very cool Surveillance Mode that shuts off all interior and exterior lights. Combined with the EV’s noiseless operation, it’ll sneak up on anyone. Also included are additional circuits (20 amp and 30 amp) for auxiliary lights and radios, or any other accessory deemed necessary, as reported by GM Authority. As well, the SSV packages puts the Bolts on 16-inch steel wheels, and includes power lumbar support, and an 8-way power driver seat.
The 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV and Bolt EV will help keep operating costs extremely low. Ranges are rated at 259 miles (417 km) and 247 miles (397 km) respectively. On a Level 3 DC fast charger, the cars can gain up to 100 miles (160 km) of range in only 30 minutes.
Only recognized fleets are able to order these vehicles. Both arrive this summer.