The Chevrolet Bolt EUV, the American automaker’s next electric vehicle, will come with Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving technology.
Already offered at Cadillac, Super Cruise allows autonomous driving on certain roads. Speed
Chevrolet has announced that its future electric utility vehicle, the Bolt EUV, will be the brand’s first model to benefit from this technology. The manufacturer unveiled a first glimpse of the dashboard of this future vehicle as part of the virtual edition of the Consumer Electronics Show, which is usually held in Las Vegas in January.
During a brief video (available at the top of this article), the vehicle’s steering wheel can be seen with the Super Cruise light bar. The most observant will also notice the autonomy announced by the manufacturer, at 235 miles (378 kilometers). We will have to wait for the official figures from Transport Canada, but that seems very realistic, considering that the official range of the current Bolt EV is announced at 417 kilometers.
A highly anticipated vehicle
The Chevrolet Bolt EUV (for Electric Utility Vehicle) will be derived from the compact Bolt EV, which will also be modernized soon. We therefore expect a compact utility vehicle comparable to the Tesla Model Y or the Volkswagen ID. 4.
Production of this new model is expected to begin this summer.