GM is resuming production of the Chevy Bolt, which will begin during November. The production will resume at the Orion assembly plant in Michigan after a thorough restart process that will last about two weeks. This announcement came after LG agreed to provide the necessary funding.
With a competitive estimated driving range, high-tech features, and the makings of a true SUV, the 2022 Bolt is ready for the mainstream. The new model offers a more spacious cabin and a 200-horsepower electric motor that is powered by a 65.0-kWh battery pack with a segment-leading 250 mile range on each charge.
When the Bolt is completed and hits the market later this year, the futuristic features are sure to impress! The available semi-autonomous driving system will allow drivers to enjoy hands-free navigation on the highway, paving the way for updates that boost productivity and overall accessibility. One of our favorite features is regenerative braking, which captures kinetic energy and stores it to help with the Bolt’s range.
The Bolt EUV can be charged on a standard 120-volt household outlet. DC fast charging is where the true value of this technology shines through, providing up to 95 miles of range with just a half hour on the charger.
You’ll be able to choose from connectivity features such as Amazon’s Alexa, an integrated Wi-FI hotspot, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. The Bolt EUV’s smartphone app can be set up to provide charging alerts and connect with nearby networks to assist you with charging.
We know that safety is important every step of the way, and we take pride in offering vehicles that provide the most modern safety features. Key safety features on the Bolt now include automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, standard lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist, and available adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous driving mode.