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Equinox and Blazer EVs Officially Announced

2022 Chevrolet Blazer

GM has exciting plans for an electrified future, with 30 different vehicles arriving in the next four years! coming up next are the brand-new Equinox and Blazer crossovers and an entry-level EV.

GM president Mark Reuss said Chevy now has an electrified version of the Equinox in the works that will be competitively priced and set to sizzle the urban commuter market with amazing capability, tech features, and performance. With the Equinox now enjoying its spot as Chevy’s second best-selling vehicle (behind the Silverado), the projected EV growth is expected to be driven by the Ultium modular EV platform, which will include high-powered trucks, Cadillac EVs, and another Chevy EV with an attractive entry-level price point.

2022 Chevrolet Equinox

One of the most exciting developments in the EV realm is the practicality of the 240-volt appliance outlet, which provides about 26 miles of range per hour of charge. With 40,000+ stations, you can efficiently charge on the go with level 2 and DC fast charging, and enjoy the benefits of energy assist conveniently from your smartphone. The 2022 Bolt EUV Premier is a great example of how fantastic the future of EVs and their ability to completely transform your daily driving habits will be. It provides an EPA-estimated 247 miles per charge and boasts a much more exciting new look, inside and out.

A freshly refinished cabin and available Super Cruise hands-free driving are some standout traits of the 2022 Bolt EUV. The electric motor sends 200 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque to the front wheels, and a composed ride with plenty of power are two qualities the Car And Driver test team praised. GM is aggressively pursuing their goal to get millions of EVs on the road while laying the groundwork to a zero-emissions automotive future.

Since this goal is so important to our planet, GM is ensuring the design, engineering, and production of EVs are perfect. The current projection is for Ultium packs to cost nearly 60 percent less than the batteries of today, and they will be manufactured in Lordstown, Ohio in exclusive partnership with LG Energy Solution.

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