Marc UrbanoCar and Driver
For 2022, Chevy is expanding the Bolt family with an SUV-like variant, the EUV, which grows in length but keeps the same powertrain setup as the electric hatchback. This means a 65.0 kWh lithium-ion battery powering a 200-hp electric motor on the front axle. While the Bolt EUV isn’t suited for long highway road trips, its compact footprint, spacious interior, and sharp infotainment make it a comfortable commuter.
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We tested a 2022 Bolt EUV Premier Launch Edition, which is fully loaded at $43,995.
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The Bolt EUV features an electric motor powering the front wheels only, producing 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque.
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The EPA rates the EUV’s range at 247 miles, but in our highway test we were only able to travel 190 miles.
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The EUV is six inches longer than the standard Bolt and can fit six carry-on bags in the trunk versus the hatchback’s five.
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It took the EUV an hour and 24 minutes to charge from 10 to 90 percent at a DC 350-kW fast-charger, with its charging rate topping out at 53 kW.
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The Launch Edition comes with the Super Cruise hands-free driver-assistance system, which is also available as a $2200 option on the Premier trim.
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We recorded a 60-mph time of 6.8 seconds in the Bolt EUV, just 0.1 second behind the last Bolt hatchback we tested, which was nearly 200 pounds lighter.
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The Bolt EUV’s standard 10.2-inch touchscreen features sharp graphics and is intuitive and responsive to inputs.
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The Bolt EUV comes with a standard wireless charging pad and keyless entry.
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The Bolt EUV’s one-pedal driving mode provides strong regeneration, while a paddle behind the steering wheel lets drivers adjust regen on demand.
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