GM states that two brand-new variations of the Chevy Bolt are set to be revealed in February 2021. The company has actually launched a new teaser that highlights a brand-new feature coming to the electrical lorries: GMs well-regarded innovative motorist help system, Super Cruise
GM is planning to release a refreshed Chevy Bolt, which was first released in 2017, in addition to a Bolt Electric Utility Vehicle, or EUV. The teaser was timed to accompany GM CEO Mary Barras keynote speech at the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show– which is being held essentially this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Both the Bolt EV and Bolt EUV will be constructed on GMs BEV2 platform, which is unique from the brand-new “Ultium” battery pack announced in early 2020. The Bolt EV and EUV were expected to go into production at the end of 2020 however were delayed up until this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The brand-new Bolts cant come quick enough, provided the debate surrounding the existing versions of the EV. The lawsuit comes on the heels of GM announcing that it was remembering 68,000 Bolts over a malfunctioning battery.
The revitalized Bolt will include a sportier look, brand-new seats, adaptive cruise control, and a few other minor changes. GM bumped up the range in this past years variation of the Bolt, from 238 miles to 259 miles, but no additional boost is expected in the refresh.
A significant modification will be the addition of Super Cruise.
The Bolt EUV (not an acronym we anticipate to catch on, however go off I think) will have a longer wheelbase than the routine Bolt and ought to attract consumers trying to find a more crossover SUV appearance than hatchback. The EUV looks longer than the routine Bolt however that much taller.
A significant change will be the addition of Super Cruise, GMs “hands totally free” advanced motorist assist system. When it initially debuted in 2017, Super Cruise drew immediate contrasts to Teslas Autopilot system.
The two new Bolts are the newest GM lorries to get Super Cruise, and the first from Chevrolet. Super Cruise is likewise readily available in the 2018 Cadillac CT6, the 2021 Cadillac CT5 and CT4, the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, and the GMC Hummer EV.
Both the Bolt EV and Bolt EUV will be developed on GMs BEV2 platform, which stands out from the brand-new “Ultium” battery pack announced in early 2020. The just recently unveiled Cadillac Lyriq and the GMC Hummer EV will be the first automobiles to be developed on this brand-new electrical architecture. As such, the Bolt EV and EUV were anticipated to enter into production at the end of 2020 however were delayed until this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The new Bolts cant come fast enough, provided the controversy surrounding the current variations of the EV. GM was just recently slapped with a class action lawsuit declaring that the Chevy Bolts battery is “prone to break into flames.” The lawsuit comes on the heels of GM announcing that it was recalling 68,000 Bolts over a malfunctioning battery.