If you are looking for more options rather than the dull Bolt EV, here’s great news for you! The electric Chevy Bolt will soon have a lot of company in the coming years.
A few years back, GM shared details about its plan to launch about 20 EVs before the end of the 2023 calendar year. These EVs will be from the Buick, Cadillac, GMC, and of course, Chevrolet. If you’re still wondering when this will be possible, when can you lease a new Chevrolet EV? The answer is right there on your face!
Undoubtedly, General Motors has shown strong determination towards becoming an all-electric vehicle company by the end of 2035. During the CES2021, the American auto giant, through its Vice President of Global Design, Michael Simcoe, gave a hint on the new look of many EVs headed to be released in the coming years. Among them are some EVs from the Chevrolet brand.
While GM is still threading the line between luxury markets and mainstream markets, the newly redesigned electric Bolt, a hatchback, which now comes with a crossover sister, is set to offer an affordable way of leasing an EV. The redesigned electric hatchback, with a price tag, $5500 lower than the previous model’s (from $37,495 to below $34,000), is set to be the beginning of GM’s full lineup of “affordable” EVs as the company builds scale to reduce costs of its next-generation electric vehicles including the Hummer by bringing down the costs of its next-generation battery technologies.
Chevrolet Bolt EV is fully redesigned for the 2022 model year. But that’s not all to it, as Chevy has surprised many auto enthusiasts by reducing the starting price of the new-and-improved Bolt EV. This all-electric hatchback, first launched as a 2017 model, is now back to the 2022 Chevy lineup with an updated exterior styling, improved interior design, and more futuristic tech features. While this Chevy EV still retains its mechanical components, Chevy has added a new dual-level charging cord and increased the Level 2 maximum charging capability.
This time around, you don’t only have the Bolt to lease, as Chevrolet has added another option, an SUV-inspired Bolt EV. The all-new Bolt EUV (Electric Utility Vehicle) is a more practical version of the Bolt EV, offering more space, power, and driving range. On the outside, this new EUV sports a futuristic exterior styling. On the inside, the cabin is spacious, and it comes with an available semi-autonomous driving system. Under the hood is a 200-hp electric motor and front-wheel drive, and a 65.0-kWh battery pack, which according to Chevrolet, pushes this EUV to 250-mile driving range on a full charge, according to Chevrolet.
Perhaps one of the exciting announcements in the Chevrolet EV armor is the launch of an all-electric version of its Silverado light-duty truck, which is expected to be launched as a 2023 model but might be available for leasing at showrooms in 2024. While the Silverado EV is set to share many characteristics with the Hummer EV, we believe that this all-electric light-duty truck will maintain its classic traits.
From hatchbacks to EUVs, and trucks, the future of the Chevrolet EV looks attractive. To lease any Chevy EV or PHEV at unbeatable lease bargain, contact VIP Auto, 1204 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10305 https://viplease.com/.