Chevrolet Bolt EUV for Sale in Warwick
When you hear the word electric, what sort of imagery comes to mind? Maybe it’s something sharp and quick, like a bolt of lightning. Well, that’s exactly what you can expect style-wise from the upcoming 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV (Electric Utility Vehicle). This roomier and more rugged take on the classic Chevy Bolt is expected to make a bold statement in the EV segment with its 250-mile all-electric driving range, ample supply of tech that includes a new Super Cruise hands-free driving assistance system, and abundance of interior space. Plus, with no more trips to the gas station or visits to the service center for an oil change, the ’22 Bolt EUV will save you tons of cash in the long run. Now, without further ado, let’s take a deep dive into what you can expect from this all-new electric crossover.
Go the Distance
The ’22 Bolt EUV will be powered by a single-motor drive unit that makes 200 hp and an advanced 65-kWh lithium-ion battery pack that gets 250 miles of range on a single charge. This battery system incorporates Chevy’s active thermal management system, which uses coolant to maintain the battery’s optimal operating temperature. With regard to charging time, the standard DC fast public charger will supply the ’22 Bolt EUV with 95 miles of range in a mere 30 minutes. The available Chevrolet EV Access Package lets drivers remotely view their current charging status and battery charge level, customize their charge settings, and set up charge notifications through the myChevrolet Mobile App. In addition, the myChevrolet Mobile App’s Energy feature can help you plan trips by tracking down charging stations and starting a charge session through participating charging networks.
Fresh, Forward-Thinking Design
The ’22 Bolt EUV shares the same architecture as the regular Bolt EV; however, its design is entirely its own and will build upon the dashing design themes that are customary among Chevy’s lineup of SUVs. At the same time, the ’22 Bolt EUV will add a few unique touches, like sharper proportions, a more tech-focused interior, and a greater supply of upscale materials. The ’22 Bolt EUV’s distinct look will be exemplified by its muscular edge, exclusive front-end sculpted grille, and unique lighting signature that includes standard LED headlights and Chevy’s brand-specific high-eye daytime running lights. The ’22 Bolt EUV will also inherit a center crease line that cuts directly through the front fascia to the hood. Lastly, roof rails will be issued as standard fare.
The ’22 Bolt EUV will be showing off a brand-new instrument panel, new vehicle controls and seats, standard wireless smartphone charging, an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot, and an infotainment system with a 10.2-inch touchscreen that includes wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Available tech items like Amazon Alexa, Spotify, and The Weather Channel serve to make your experience behind the wheel all the more satisfying. The ’22 Bolt EUV will also get a sporty flat-bottom steering wheel that incorporates Chevy’s Regen on Demand paddle shifter. As for the seats, they’ll be ornamented with a deluxe triangular geometric pattern and contrast color stitching. For a more luxurious finish, they can be outfitted with heating and ventilation. Over the Bolt EV, the ’22 Bolt EUV will offer 3 additional inches of rear legroom.
The ’22 Bolt EUV will come with an assortment of high-end technologies. One of these is the all-new, industry-first Super Cruise hands-free driving system, which can be used on more than 200,000 miles of enabled roads in the U.S. and Canada. It engages several advanced technology features, such as a Driver Attention System and LiDAR mapping. The Driver Attention System operates using a small camera that’s located on top of the steering column. With its infrared lights, it can determine where the driver is looking when Super Cruise is enabled.
If the Driver Attention System discovers that the driver’s gaze has been shifted from the road for a prolonged period of time, the steering wheel light bar will encourage them to return their attention to the road. If the system observes continued inattentiveness, it will use visible and audible alerts to prompt the driver to take back control of the steering wheel. As always, the customary active driver aids – like automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, etc. – will be available through the Chevy Safety Assist bundle. More advanced safety technologies like rear cross-traffic alert and a surround-view camera system will also be optional.
Pricing and Release Date
Chevy has announced that the ’22 Bolt EUV will have a starting MSRP of $33,995 and be available in the summer of 2021. There’s a limited-production Launch Edition that will include the Super Cruise hands-free driving system, a sunroof, unique wheels, special badging, and an illuminated charge port for $43,495. Reservations for the Launch Edition can be made at www.chevrolet.com