For the 2022 model year, Chevrolet is building two versions of the Bolt electric vehicle (EV). The first one is called the Bolt EV, and it’s an updated version of the battery-powered 5-door hatchback that Chevy has been selling for several years. The second one is a stretched version of the Bolt EV with more rear passenger space and crossover SUV-styling elements. The second one is called the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV.
No, that’s not confusing.
When the new 2022 Bolt EUV goes on sale in the summer of 2021, it will come in LT, Premier, and Launch Edition trim levels. Prices range from $33,995 to $43,495, including the destination charge. The Bolt EUV is not eligible for an EV federal income tax credit of up to $7,500 because General Motors has sold so many electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in years past. Some states, such as California, do offer rebates for the Bolt EUV.
Our test vehicle had Premier trim, extra-cost Bright Blue Metallic paint, and a word salad of an option package called Sun & Sound + Super Cruise. The price tallied up to $43,585.