Range remains the same as its predecessor for the Bolt hatchback, meanwhile the EUV doesn’t fair quite as well as Chevy anticipated.
The EPA has announced their estimated range figures for the upcoming 2022 Chevrolet Bolt and Bolt EUV.
The Chevrolet Bolt hatch has been radically redesigned for 2022, featuring futuristic matrix-led headlights, black badging in place of gold, and a closed-off plastic mesh grille. The interior has also been redesigned to look more premium and modern. However, range and charging remains the same at an impressive 259 miles, and 100 miles in 30 minutes with DC charging.
The Chevrolet Bolt EUV (Electric Utility Vehicle) is larger in every dimension than the standard Bolt and offers more room for the driver and passengers, but with ever so slightly less cargo space. The EUV is estimated to have 247 miles of range, which is marginally less than the similarly priced Hyundai Kona EV (258 miles).
Performance is similar between the hatch and the EUV; they both do 0-60mph in a respectable 6.5 seconds, although the new hatch is said to feel much faster from the driver’s seat. Various trims such as the Premier are available for both vehicles, but these only upgrade interior features and range remains the same.
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