Electric crossover Chevrolet Bolt EUV revealed on renderJanuary 4, 2021
Based on the standard hatchback, this electric Chevrolet crossover has a number of intriguing teasers. It was they who became the basis for this unofficial visualization.
Teaser images of the future crossover based on the Chevrolet Bolt were unveiled in December. TopElectricSUV.com has gone further and combined all of these hints in a curious render. They started talking about the Chevrolet Bolt EUV back in 2019, when the corresponding trademark was registered. The automaker itself later shared plans for a new electric car splash at its Orion plant near the Bolt. The first spy shots of test prototypes of the novelty appeared in the spring of 2020.
True, the details of the future electrocross made it difficult to see the dense camouflage. After that, a series of teasers was released, showing individual parts of the exterior and interior of the electric car. The render, like a mosaic, has collected all these facts.
So this visualization is very believable. The car receives deep stampings, chrome decor, an interesting glass line and a “floating” roof.
There is no information about the presentation of the electrocross yet. He will get to the conveyor this summer.
Most likely, the new Bolt hatchback will debut first, and then the Bolt EUV will be organized.
The Bolt EUV is known to be the brand’s first production electric car with the Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system. Without recharging, the car will travel about 500 kilometers.
Earlier it became known about the plans of Chevrolet at CES 2021. The American company will present a pickup with an electric motor, which is based on the Silverado model. Also, GM will share plans for the development of this direction in the future.
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