Electric Chevy Bolt won’t get autonomous driving capabilitiesFebruary 23, 2021
The electric Chevy Bolt crossover still won’t get the autonomous features of the Super Cruise smart cruise control. The fact is that only Cadillac brand models can use the Super Cruise in full.
The Bolt EUV, built on the revamped Bolt hatchback, is the first non-Cadillac car to offer drivers the ability to enjoy Super Cruise intelligent cruise control. That’s just for the Chevrolet Bolt EUV crossover, Super Cruise is not available in full.
One of the Super Cruise features is automatic lane change. However, the Bolt EUV crossover won’t get this feature.
Thanks to Super Cruise, the electric crossover can independently steer more than 321,868.8 km – this is the number of kilometers of US / Canada motorways included in the Super Cruise base.
But still, in the case of the Bolt crossover, Super Cruise will not be able to offer all the possibilities of autonomous driving – drivers must still be ready to take over the car at any time. It’s worth noting that the Chevy Bolt hatchback did not receive Super Cruise at all. However, the smaller car has a slightly larger range – 416.82 km versus 402.34 for the Bolt crossover. Both cars use the same power plant with the same 65 kWh lithium-ion battery.
Both versions of essentially the same car feature standard Chevy Safety Assist, which includes automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, pedestrian detection, and forward collision warning. Bolt EUV has a base price of $ 33,995
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Chevrolet introduced a new electric crossover Bolt EV. Chevrolet has unveiled the new Bolt EV electric crossover and its extended version.
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