For as long as anyone who spends all their time writing about electric vehicles can remember, General Motors has been fighting for the throne of the EV industry. And another step they’ve seemingly been taking towards claiming the top seat would include getting those much-coveted EPA ranges. Specifically for their 2022 Chevy Bolt EV and the Bolt EUV. The EUV seems to be a play-off of the acronym SUV. Upon the announcement, General Motors has made it known that the Bolt EV is likely to have about 259 miles per single charge, as far as EPA ratings are concerned.
Moving forward with the Chevy Bolt EUV, the general understanding is that this electric vehicle crossover will have almost a little lower of EPA-rated range, accordingly to about 250 miles per charge.
Of course, the Chevy Bolt EUV is larger than it’s older but shorter brother. But they both power with the same battery pack and drivetrain as well.
General Motors is just now anticipating to start building these vehicles. This is by taking the time to deliver to various dealerships in the USA during early summer. The Chevy Bolt EV costs about $31,995, whereas the Chevy Bolt EUV will cost about $33,995. Granted, these are before incentives, not to mention the manufacturer has only lent their suggested price. The ultimate price is deemed between the dealership and the consumer alike.
It won’t just be these two vehicles on General Motors’ electric vehicle platform. Other vehicles will move to the new Ultium platform, beginning with the Hummer EV, coming later this year. This is a given that General Motors will essentially topple anyone else who thinks they’re the big cheese when it comes to electric vehicles. So the Chevy Bolt EV and the Chevy Bolt EUV are in good company, surely. Just buy one and see.