The new Bolt EUV features an electric motor, providing a maximum power of 150kW (200ps) and a torque of 360Nm, combined with a 65kWh lithium-ion battery, giving the Bolt EV an estimated range of 416km (259 miles) at a full charge and the larger Bolt EUV 402km (250 miles). Chevrolet notes that the battery has an active thermal management system that uses refrigerant to keep the battery at optimum operating temperature.
Charging for both variants of the Bolt is provided by a “Two Level Charging Cable”, which features a variable plug that allows customers to connect both a 120V plug for slow charging and also a level two output of 240V for 7.2kW charging Both vehicles can charge 11kW.
Watch also in the video below from the YouTube channel Ben Sullins, the first impressions of Bolt’s SUV version.
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Video from YouTube channel Ben Sullins
A fast charging feature is also available, allowing Bolt EV and Bolt EUV to add 160 km (100 miles) and 152 km (95 miles) respectively in about 30 minutes. Chevrolet will cover the cost of installing the Level Two charging facility for eligible customers who purchase or lease a 2022 Bolt EUV or Bolt EV.
Steve Hill, Chevrolet’s vice president, commented: “The new Bolt EUV is the best of the Bolt EV built as an SUV-type vehicle with more technology and features, giving customers more choice and reasons to switch to electrification. This is an opportunity for Chevy to build on the success we have created with the Bolt EV and bring new customers to the Chevy family. “