The new 2022 Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV 2022 from the giant General Motors (GM) have received their official ranges from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
When GM announced the new electric vehicles, the automaker announced that it expected the new Bolt EV to have an EPA-estimated range of 259 miles (417 km) on a single charge.
As for the Bolt EUV, the new electric crossover built on the same platform as the Bolt EV, GM expected a slightly lower range of 250 miles (402 km) on a charge. The car is slightly larger than the Bolt EV, however it runs on the same transmission and battery pack, so it is expected to have a slightly shorter range.
Official EPA estimates have now been released, and GM was right up there with the Bolt EV, but it was a bit off with EUV, which received an EPA range estimate of 247 miles. In terms of efficiency, the Bolt EV and Bolt EUV will perform among their peers.
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According to various reports, the American company is about to start production, it has been talking about deliveries to dealerships in the United States in the early summer with a starting price of $ 31,995 for the Bolt EV and $ 33,995 for the Bolt EUV.
It should be noted that the initial price is only that suggested by the company, however the final price is determined by the dealers and customers interested in the vehicle.
The Bolt EV and Bolt EUV are GM’s latest EVs based on its previous EV platform, but the construction giant does not stop there. Now the company has begun rolling out its new Ultium platform, starting with the Hummer EV later this year.
Written by | Gabriel Sayago