Chevrolet offered a sneak peek of its upcoming refreshed Bolt EV and new Bolt EUV during the virtual GMhttps://www.gm.com/ Fleet Solutions Summit. As one of the first Electric Vehicles to be available in the market, we cannot wait to know more.
The Bolt EUV will be the first Chevrolet vehicle to feature Super Cruise, the industry’s first true hands-free driving technology for the highway. Both vehicles will go into production in summer 2021.
First glimpse at the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt interior
Notably, the teaser focused on the interior, something that the current Bolt does not fair well. The interior of the old is plasticy and quite frankly feels cheap and bare. The coming Bolts, which we believe will be similar, mainly differ in the interior: space and feel. You can expect to have a bit more room and comfy seats.
As you can also see in the video, the dash gets quite an upgrade giving more EV info and insights to the driver. The digital dashboard looks great from what we see. Just by looking at the video you can see that the designers back home in GM have stepped it up a notch. So much so, it now looks like the designers spent little to no effort on the previous Bolt interior.
The teaser photo shows a digital dashboard flowing into a large touchscreen with the mentioned Power Flow Screen running. Compared with the standard Bolt EV today, it looks like designers cleaned up the center stack and removed buttons, or organized them differently below. Crucially, it looks like a few physical knobs and dials remain. It also appears the screen doesn’t jut downward as much as the Bolt EV version’s. That might open up a little more storage space, perhaps.
For more info on the current Chevrolet Bolt, visit our Ultimate EV Buyer Guide to know pricing, specs and availability.