David Murray of Inside Evs is one of the leading voices in the world of electric cars. Over the past week, he wrote about his family’s experience trading in their 2019 Chevy Bolt EV for the 2022 Bolt EUV. The second-generation Bolt EUV has made massive improvements in technology and user-friendliness. It is also faster, goes further, enjoys better fuel economy, and is available for a lesser cost. The Bolt EV was not quite capable and versatile enough to rank as a mass-market vehicle, and that is where the newer model shines: the EUV’s style is much more attractive to the everyday consumer. The rear seats and cargo area both offer more room, and the range weighs in at 247 miles.
The interior is better-equipped with power and ventilated seats, adaptive cruise control, wireless Apple CarPlay, auto-braking, wireless phone charging, and more. Factoring in the cost of fuel and maintenance for the average [...]
After rounds of studies, Chevrolet has announced that the All-Electric EV car will keep the name “Bolt.” Even though the name is similar to the current plug-in hybrid Chevy Volt, the company believes the alike names will be best for the brand.
Chevrolet wants consumers to associate both the hybrid Volt and EV Bolt to its name. Back in February, Chevrolet kept the Bolt name for the concept, but keeping the name wasn’t definite. After a couple of months, Bolt will stick for the all-electric Chevy.
“The decision is made; the name won’t be changed,” Chevy head of marketing Tim Mahoney said.
The Chevy Bolt could be a gamechanger for the electric car segment as early estimates put its mileage range in the low 200s on a single charge. The Bolt could hit Jim Butler