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2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV teased ahead debut

The Chevrolet Bolt EUV has been teased ahead once more of next year’s launch. This time, the headlights have been shown and it looks like this all-electric SUV will get the same two-tier layout that’s become common on many utility vehicles. Turn signals are up high and have a sequential pattern just like you’d find in some luxury cars. Based on a previous teaser earlier this year that showed both vehicles’ silhouettes, the Bolt EV will get the same headlight treatment as the Bolt EUV.

In terms of looks, the Bolt EUV should feature similar design cues as its car sibling. However, expect a taller greenhouse, body cladding, roof rails, and slightly more ground clearance. Otherwise, both the Bolt EV and Bolt EUV will likely share many features. Powertrains and batteries will likely carry over with many improvements versus the existing Bolt EV.

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Chevrolet has confirmed that the Bolt EUV will be the first vehicle in its lineup to get Super Cruise. That system allows for hands-free driving on specific stretches of highway using onboard maps sensors and an in-car monitoring system. You still need to pay attention to the road in case the car needs you to assist or take over driving duties that Super Cruise can’t handle.

General Motors is expanding the Super Cruise feature to 22 vehicles across its brand portfolio. The Chevrolet Bolt EUV is one of those vehicles and the Bolt EV is likely another. Other models expected to get Super Cruise will include the GMC Hummer EV, Cadillac Escalade, and Cadillac CT4 and CT5 sedans. GM originally debuted the feature on the CT6, which has been discontinued. Automatic lane change capability has been added to the most recent version that appeared first on the 2021 Escalade.

Written by Stefan Ogbac
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