A Deep Dive into the Chevrolet Bolt EUV
Back in February, we posted to this blog with information on the newly announced Bolt and Bolt EUV all-electric vehicles from Chevrolet. Today, we’re going to take a deeper dive into the All-New Bolt EUV, one of Chevrolet’s most exciting new vehicles, and learn more about its features and capabilities with a British Columbian context in mind.
The first question with many prospective drivers is: how far can I drive in an electric vehicle? With the Bolt EUV, your maximum distance on a single charge is considerable with 397km of estimated all-electric range. Let’s say you live in Langley and commute to Downtown Vancouver with a round-trip commute of approximately 90km per day. You could easily make the commute there and back four times with range to spare. There’s also the potential to go even further when recapturing energy using the Bolt EUV’s regen on demand, energy assist, and one pedal driving features. Thinking about going on a road trip? Langley to Whistler is around 166km one way, 332km round-trip. That’s well within the 397km of estimated range you get with the Chevrolet Bolt EUV.
One of the Bolt EUV’s most exciting features is Super Cruise, appearing on a Chevrolet vehicle for the very first time. GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driving assistance utilizes map data from over 320,000km of roads throughout North America. In British Columbia, Super Cruise is compatible with significant portions of Highway 1, Highway 5, Highway 97C, and many other roads throughout Metro Vancouver and the BC interior. Super Cruise works in tandem with Adaptive Cruise Control and also uses real-time positioning, cameras, and sensors in addition to map data for a truly impressive hands-free drive.
Finally, let’s look at a few of the lesser known Bolt EUV features. Not only efficient to drive, Bolt EUV is also fun to drive with Sport Mode available for a more exciting experience. Chevrolet Safety Assist comes standard on Bolt EUV with a suite of six advanced safety features including Lane Keep Assist and Front Pedestrian Braking. The available Rear Camera Mirror revolutionizes your rear view mirror by using a live video feed from behind your vehicle, eliminating obstructions caused by traditional mirrors.
We are very excited for the Chevrolet Bolt EUV to make its way to dealers. In the meantime, if you’re looking to get behind the wheel of an electric vehicle, contact our Preston Sales Team to learn more about the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt, which offers an incredible electric experience in its own right.