The all-electric Chevy Bolt EV is getting a bigger brother and the two of them together could prove to be a good fit in the growing parcel delivery segment.
The 2022 Chevy Bolt and the all-new 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV come with a rear seat delete option that Chevy says gives both vehicles serious delivery appeal.
“When the buyer orders this package, the rear seat is deleted at the factory then their chosen upfitter installs a third party upfit,” Kevin Daniels, commercial product manager for Chevy Bolt and Bolt EUV, said Monday during the virtual 2021 Work Truck Show. “The upfit maximizes the available cargo volume, making the Bolt EV highly capable for deliveries and other package handling needs.”
Compared to Bolt, the Bolt EUV is six inches longer with a 3-inch wider wheelbase.
“It’s the bigger brother to the Bolt EV with more assertive SUV styling and more space inside,” Daniels said.
Bolt EUV will be the first Chevy vehicle outside of Cadillac to have super cruise driving assistance, a hands-free driving system.
Bolt EUV will also be available with RainSense wipers, embedded navigation, panoramic sunroof, rear camera mirror, rear-heated outboard seats and ventilated seats.
MSRP has not been announced. The 2022 Bolt EUV and Bolt EV will be available this summer.