Little and large – Chevrolet unveils Bolt EV and EUV electric cars

2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV

The redesigned Chevrolet Bolt EV and new Bolt EUV could extend electric vehicle appeal

Chevrolet has taken the next step in its electrfication offensive by taking the wraps off its new Bolt EV and Bolt EUV. The latter is a larger version of the former, and brings the company’s electric impetus to the crossover-SUV segment. 

Updates to the Bolt EV include a new front fascia that boasts a tighter, more coherent design. A subtle line starts from the windshield and runs to the very bottom of the bumper, splitting the entire front end in two – a feature that was present on the previous Bolt EV. The diamond-patterend ‘grille’ area is no longer split into two sections, but instead the top half has been substituted for clean bodywork with a small ridge that includes the Chevrolet logo at its centre, and the lower section is larger with a shape that works with the main lamps to better sculpt the front end. It is enclosed by a glossy black frame, with the bottom half making way for air vents. 

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