Chevrolet recently shared a glimpse of the upcoming refreshed 2022 Bolt EV and the all-new Bolt EUV, both of which are set to be released in summer 2021. The video released in late August showed the profile of the Bolt EV slowly morphing into the silhouette of the Bolt EUV.
Both vehicles will be built on Chevy’s BEV2 electric vehicle platform, and the Bolt EUV will most likely have a longer wheelbase by about three inches. The silhouette of the Bolt EUV shows a long, sleek body with sharper angles than the rounder Bolt EV.
Not much is known about the 2022 Bolt EUV at this time, but we do know that it will come with GM’s Super Cruise self-driving technology, which until now was only offered in luxury Cadillac vehicles. Super Cruise uses driver-assist features like lane centering and adaptive cruise control to let you drive hands-free on millions of miles of pre-mapped highways.
The Bolt EV will maintain its class-leading 259-mile electric range, impressive 200 horsepower, and practical hatchback styling with tons of interior space. It will, however, boast updates to its infotainment system, a new adaptive cruise control, and seats that were even more comfortable than before.