Chevrolet has issued up our first official look at the interior of the upcoming 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV. The new battery-electric vehicle will join a redesigned Bolt EV in Chevy showrooms next year.
Taking to Twitter, Chevrolet released a brief video that pans the dash panel of the 2022 Bolt EUV. Unsurprisingly, the interior design looks evolutionary from today’s Bolt EV. There’s a large infotainment display that’s well-integrated into the overall dash panel. An LCD panel is also visible in the gauge cluster, which will house displays associated with Super Cruise. Yes, the Bolt EUV will be among the first non-Cadillac models to get Super Cruise hands-free driving functionality.
Dubbed an “electric utility vehicle” the Bolt EUV will be based on GM’s BEV2 architecture, the same architecture that underpins the current Bolt EV. Given it isn’t moving to GM’s newer, more flexible BEV3 architecture, we expect the Bolt EUV to have the Bolt EV’s 259 mile range and similar dimensions.
From a design perspective, the Bolt EUV is likely to look similar to the Buick Velite 7, an analogous model launched exclusively in China. The Velite 7 features slim headlights and body lines similar to the Bolt EV, two traits noted in spy shots of the Bolt EUV.
Both the 2022 Bolt EUV and redesigned Bolt EV will launch next year as 2022 models.
What's all the buzz about? Not only is #BoltEUV our first electric vehicle with available Super Cruise driver assistance feature, it also has technologies like the Power Flow Screen to let drivers know if they’re using regenerative braking and how much charge they have left. pic.twitter.com/LP6COsUrFl
— Chevy Electric (@ChevyElectric) November 9, 2020