When driving in Low mode at any speed, you can slow down – or even come to a complete stop – by simply lifting your foot off the accelerator. This allows you to use your brakes less, which means less energy is wasted, and in turn helps to increase your range. One Pedal Driving and deceleration features may be limited when the battery is near full charge or cold. Of course, you should always use your brake pedal if you need to stop quickly.
Bolt EV is the first affordable all-electric car to offer an EPA-estimated 238 miles of range on a single charge. It's on point with some of the most technologically advanced features, picture-perfect styling and airy spaciousness. Bolt EV is here today and ready to revolutionize the way you drive electric.
Seats five comfortably with the creative design that offers an open and spacious feel for exceptional shoulder room, head room and leg room. Multipurpose front console delivers a functional, usable space with sliding armrest and massive storage bins. Also enjoy generously sized cup holders and available wireless charging behind the shifter. Flat floor battery positioning allows for increased spaciousness and easy entrance and exit for you and your passengers
With 56.6 cu. ft. of maximum cargo space with the seats folded down, Bolt EV is engineered to provide the space you need and more. So when it comes to usable room for your stuff, you have the flexibility to carry larger, oddly shaped items.
This screen breaks down the percent of energy used during driving, including your climate controls and battery conditioning.
The great thing about Bolt EV is you can top off your battery as much or as little as you like. With the available 240-volt/32-amp charging unit you can simply plug in at night and by the morning, it's charged up and ready to go. Without thinking, plugging in could become a part of your daily routine. Plus, with Location-Based Charging, you can delay charging to take advantage of off-peak electricity rates when you're at home and begin charging immediately when you're away.
The available Forward Collision Alert and low-speed Front Automatic Braking systems use camera technology to alert you to slowing vehicles in your path, and even automatically applies brakes to help reduce the collision's severity.
Chevrolet utilizes high-strength steel and other alloys in our vehicle structures in order to maximize protection without sacrificing weight, performance and efficiency. These safety cages help absorb and channel crash impact energy and direct it away from the cabin and its occupants. Restraint systems including safety belts, the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Top Tethers for Children) system, and air bags, help to reduce the risk of injury in a collision.
Chevrolet vehicles offer some of the latest air bag technologies, with many vehicles offering 10 standard air bags. A 360-degree smart sensor system, available on select models, ensures optimal air bag deployment and is able to adjust inflation according to the severity of a collision. An industry-first front center side-impact air bag deploys to the inboard side of the driver seat to add a layer of protection between driver and passenger and is available on Chevrolet Traverse, Suburban and Tahoe.