The new Bolt EUV will come off production lines in 2022 and is a pure electric SUV in the category where the Tesla Model Y is. Chevrolet has so far not had a car to represent in the Compact SUV category, so the Bolt EUV is based on the existing Bold Hatchback where it has been produced for some time by the American company.
In the video below from youTube channel Cleanerwatt, it examines and compares the two Compact SUVs, the Chevrolet Bolt EUV and the Tesla Model Y. The new Chevy model has a 65 kWh battery where it is covered by an 8-year/100,000-mile limited warranty. According to EPA measurements the autonomy of the electric SUV is at 250 miles (402 km).
On the other hand the Tesla Model Y with the same standard measurements, the range is between 244 mi (393 km) and 326 mi (525 km) depending on the model. In the video you will see below as a main opponent of the Bolt EUV is the Model Y Standard Range since its features are closer to the 2022 Bolt EUV model.
Description from YouTube channel Cleanerwatt :
Chevrolet just unveiled the new BOLT EUV (Electric Utility Vehicle), which is a slightly larger version of the BOLT EV, but with a whole new look and deliveries are slated to start in the SUMMER of this year! In this video I compare this new EUV from Chevy to the Popular TESLA MODEL Y, and see which vehicle is better.