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Learn more about all the latest GM Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric models. Choose from the Chevrolet Bolt EUV, Chevrolet Bolt EV, Chevrolet Silverado EV and GMC Hummer EV. The Bolt EUV is a capable crossover SUV that features a 200-hp front-mounted motor and 65.0 kWh battery pack. The Bolt EV, on the other hand, is a bit smaller but shares the Bolt EUV’s drivetrain and battery pack.
In the truck realm, Chevrolet has introduced an EV version of their popular Silverado pickup, loaded with the kind of features and performance you demand out of any truck (available summer 2024). Also, GMC is reintroducing the familiar Hummer (based on the military vehicle) as an all-electric SUV, packed with absolutely game-changing innovations.
Whichever GM electric or EUV model you choose, you can drive with peace of mind knowing that there are almost 114,000 charging stations available to you across the U.S. The battery pack in both the Bolt EUV and Bolt EV is covered by warranty for a period of 8 years and 100,000 miles.
So, what are you waiting for? Shop Berlin City GM for the new Chevy Bolt EV or Chevy Bolt EUV. When you think you might want a test drive, stop by or contact Berlin City GM! Before you come by, be sure to check out our New GM Offers, Pre-Owned Vehicle Specials and Offers & Incentives. We have a great assortment of Pre-Owned Vehicles, GM Certified Used Vehicles and Pre-Owned Vehicle Specials.
Find out about what GM Electric Vehicles have to offer when it comes to power and performance. The five-door Bolt EV can seat five people comfortably and deliver a range of 259 miles, with an effective MPGe of 120 combined/131 city/109 highway. The Bolt EV is loaded with features like a full driver assistance package that includes automatic emergency braking, front pedestrian braking, lane keeping assist with lane departure warning, following distance indicator, forward collision alert and IntelliBeam. The Bolt EV is a strong performer too, with its front-mounted electric motor delivering 200 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque.
The Bolt EUV has the same engine and battery pack, but with a range of 247 miles, EPA MPGe ratings of 115 combined/125 city/104 highway. The Bolt EUV is also six inches longer, with a more spacious backseat and GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driving assist along with the driver assistance package features.
Both models are designed around GM’s modular platform and Ultium battery, which features large scale, high-energy cells that are destined to be the best large-format cells in the industry. Engineered in partnership with LG Energy Solutions, the Ultium battery uses advanced chemistry and a smart cell design that’s a great fit for a broad variety of EV’s.
The Silverado EV will be offered with two electric motors, all-wheel-drive and 664 horsepower, and will offer first-in-class four-wheel steering that boosts maneuverability and enables the truck to “crab” diagonally. The Hummer EV, on the other hand, features three motors for a jaw-dropping 1000 horsepower
The dimensions of the Bolt EV and Bolt EUV make them both great choices for city driving, with the Bolt EUV’s slightly bigger size and exterior styling giving it more an SUV’s appearance. Both vehicles feature all-LED lighting, IntelliBeam auto-high-beam headlights, solar-absorbing glass, luggage racks, gloss-black upper bodyside moldings and chrome lower bodyside moldings.
The Bolt’s hatchback design yields a drag coefficient of a slippery 0.308, while the Bolt EUV is similarly aerodynamically efficient. The Bolt EUV rides on 17” machined-face aluminum wheels with carbon-flash-painted pockets and run-flat Michelin tires, as does the Bolt EV. Both vehicles feature manual-folding power exterior mirrors with built-in turn signal indicators and Rainsense intermittent wipers.
Inside, you’ll find 8-way power seats with 2-way lumbar support, perforated leather accents and trim, a 60/40 rear seat, heated steering wheel and steering wheel controls for audio, cruise control, shift paddles and regenerative braking. The front power windows feature one-touch Express Up and Express Down, while the rear windows feature Express Down as well as plenty of USB ports and power ports. For the driver, there’s a choice of Normal and Sport drive modes, with an 8” display that features multi-color configurable graphics (2 themes) and an energy use monitor.
The 2022 Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV are both loaded with the kinds of advanced features you’d expect, all to make your drive more pleasant and keep you safe. That includes a full package of airbags (front, side, knee), Automatic Emergency Braking, Front Pedestrian Braking, GM’s StabiliTrak stability system, pedestrian safety signal with audible external alert, rear parking assist and HD surround vision with HD rearview camera. Chevy’s OnStar system and connected services are standard, as are lane change alert/lane departure warning, forward collision alert/following distance indicator and a Teen Driver feature that’s customizable for your family.
When it comes to infotainment, the Bolt EV and Bolt EUV feature a 10.2” touchscreen with AM/FM stereo, Bluetooth audio streaming for two devices, Apple CarPlay/Android Audio, an SD card receptacle, Sirius (with free trial subscription) radio and cloud-connected personalization for select infotainment and audio settings. That’s all through a 6-speaker premium audio setup!
The Bolt EV can clock a 0-60 run in 6.4 seconds, with 6.7 seconds for the Bolt EUV.
Base price of the Bolt EV is $31,995, while the Bolt EUV starts at $33,995.
The Bolt EV’s range is 239 miles, while the Bolt EUV has a range of 247 miles.
The Bolt EUV is available with LT, Premiere and Launch trim levels, while the Bolt EV model is offered with 1LT and 2LT trim levels.