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Chevrolet Bolt EUV

The Chevrolet Bolt EUV (short for "electric utility vehicle") is a battery electric subcompact crossover SUV manufactured by General Motors under the Chevrolet brand, presented on February 14, 2021.

As a larger version of the similarly named Chevrolet Bolt EV, the EUV shares its BEV2 platform and powertrain.

The Bolt EUV was introduced in February 2021, and released to the Mexican market on August 17, 2021. As the first EUVs were arriving at dealerships in August 2021, all vehicles were recalled to replace the traction battery; Bolt EV and EUV production was paused from November 2021 to April 2022, and fewer than 400 Bolts (both EV and EUV) were delivered before April.

It is the first Chevrolet vehicle to receive the hands-free Super Cruise driver-assistance package.

Unlike early versions of the Bolt EV, the battery for the Bolt EUV is manufactured in the United States at LG plants in Michigan.

The Chevrolet Bolt EUV had 3 trim levels when introduced in 2022, beginning with LT, which started at $33,000. The next pricing rung was Premier at $37,500. Last, there was the "special, limited-production" Launch Edition at $43,495.

For the 2023 model year, only the LT and Premier trims were offered, at $28,795 and $33,295, respectively. For an additional $495, either trim level could get the Redline Edition appearance package, which was also offered on several other Chevrolet models.

Under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) five-cycle test methodology, the Bolt EV fuel economy is rated at:

  • 115 mpg‑e (29 kW⋅h/100 mi) miles per gallon gasoline equivalent for combined driving
  • 125 mpg‑e (27 kW⋅h/100 mi) in city driving
  • 104 mpg‑e (32 kW⋅h/100 mi) in highway driving

The Bolt EUV's EPA-rated range for:

  • combined driving is 247 miles (398 km)
  • city driving is 267 miles (430 km)
  • highway driving is 223 miles (359 km)

The Bolt EUV can charge through the SAE J1772 connector using electric vehicle supply equipment connected to an AC power supply. A portable AC EVSE (made by Webasto) is included that can operate at Level 1 (8 or 12 amps) using the NEMA 5-15 dongle and Level 2 (32 amps) using the NEMA 14-50 dongle. A Level 1 charger supplying 120V at 8 amps adds around 2.8 mi (4.5 km) of range per hour, taking about 88 hours for a full charge. The maximum Level 1 charging rate at 12 amps, the average amperage of a North American household power outlet, adds around 4 mi (6.4 km) per hour, requiring approximately 62 hours for a complete charge. A Level 2 charger supplying 240V at 32 amps adds around 25 mi (40 km) per hour, taking about 10 hours to fully charge. The maximum Level 2 charging rate of 48 amps (11.5 kW) adds 37 mi (60 km) per hour, fully charging in about 7 hours.

The EUV is equipped with DC fast charging as standard, using a CCS Combo 1 plug with a maximum rate of 55 kW, and can add up to 95 mi (153 km) in the first 30 minutes.

The EUV has a wheelbase 2.9 in (74 mm) longer than the Bolt EV and is 6.3 in (160 mm) longer overall at 169.5 in (4,310 mm), increasing rear-seat legroom. The EPA interior volumes are 96.5 and 16.3 cu ft (2,733 and 462 L) for passenger and cargo space, respectively, which is slightly more, combined, than the Bolt EV. Although the cargo volume of the EUV is slightly smaller than the EV, this is due to the methodology of SAE J1100, the recommended practice used to compute volume; manufacturer testing demonstrated the EUV can hold more cargo.

The turning circle of the Bolt EUV is 38.3 ft (11.7 m), measured wall-to-wall.

The Super Cruise advanced driver-assistance system and a panoramic sunroof are available exclusively for the Bolt EUV; the Bolt EV lacks both options. Front headroom is slightly reduced with the sunroof.

On April 25, 2023, GM CEO Mary Barra confirmed that the Bolt and Bolt EUV would be discontinued at the end of 2023 to make room for GM's "new generation of electric vehicles." On July 25, 2023, GM announced it would continue production of the Chevy Bolt and will utilize Ultium and Ultifi technologies. It gave no details as to whether multiple body styles, such as the EUV, would return.

Production of the Bolt EUV concluded on December 20, 2023.

Chevrolet will manufacture a second generation Bolt EUV in 2025 for the 2026 model year. Unlike the first generation, it will not be sold alongside the hatchback Bolt EV. It will be built on the GM Ultium platform.

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