After four long years, the Chevrolet Bolt EV has its mid-cycle refresh with lots of asked for features and gains a new, bigger sibling with Super Cruise – the Chevrolet Bolt EUV.
The Chevrolet Bolt came out to much fanfare four years ago, quickly nabbing Motortrend’s Car of the Year award. It has been called the first long-range affordable electric vehicle, providing 238 EPA-rated miles of range when it came out in 2017, with a starting price of $37,495 ($29,995 after federal tax rebate). The Bolt has been successful in a market that few manufacturers are willing to enter, with more than 100,000 sold. Despite a rough 2019, 2020 sales surged by 26%, despite not having any federal tax credits. Drivers have amassed more than 1.2 billion all-electric miles.
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  • Originally published February 14, 2021