It seems that the future of the automobile market is going electric. Every major auto manufacturer is practically involved in an arms race to get more new EVs on the market. Chevrolet is taking a different approach. While this American automaker has some EVs available this year, it’s not rushing to the production line. In fact, Chevrolet appears to be letting other brands deal with the initial mistakes that come with venturing into a new project.
That being said, there are currently some Chevrolet EVs that are worth some extra attention. Here are some of the EVs that you should keep an eye on:
The Chevy Bolt EV
The Chevy Bolt isn’t a new nameplate. This small hatchback has been in production since 2017, and it’s helped clear the way for fresher electric options. Drivers love it because it’s nimble and easy to handle. As a subcompact, it zip and zags around town and easily gets into parking spots other vehicles have to pass on.
The Bolt EV has an EPA-estimated 259 miles of driving range on a single charge. With this kind of range, commuters could go days or even a week without needing to plug in. On top of an impressive range, this hatchback comes with Chevy’s Safety Assist suite of advanced safety features that provide you with extra peace of mind.
The Chevy Bolt EUV
If you love the Chevrolet Bolt EV but want a little more space, the Bolt EUV is a perfect option. This Electric Utility Vehicle adds a half-foot to the standard Bolt. More importantly, the EUV adds some additional features that its hatchback cousin does not. For example, you can get the Bolt EUV with Chevy’s new semi-autonomous Super Cruise driving system.
The crossover version of the Bolt has a solid driving range of 247 miles on a full charge. Otherwise, it uses essentially the same powertrain setup as the regular Bolt EV.
The Chevy Silverado EV
There aren’t a ton of details on the Chevrolet’s coming electric pickup truck, but that doesn’t stop drivers from getting excited. Thanks to a sneak peek during Super Bowl LVI, drivers everywhere are sitting in anticipation. We know that Chevy is building this new pickup from the ground up using the new Ultrium technology, a new battery platform that will impress.
It’s likely that Chevrolet is keeping a close on the release of Ford’s EV pickup truck, the F-150 Lightning, to see what works and what doesn’t to create a more competitive EV.
Rumors of a Chevy Corvette EV
GM President Mark Reuss recently announced that Chevrolet would have a fully electric Corvette in the next year or so. Rumors of this sporty EV have been circulating for a while, but it’s finally confirmed. Details are sparse, but everyone is stoked to see what happens when Chevy pushes the limits of an electric Corvette.
With GM’s promise of exclusively selling electric vehicles by 2035, it’s only a matter of time before all of our favorite models have an electric option.
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