GM Pursues Promise of a 2021 Chevy Bolt Electric Utility Vehicle
While the existing Chevrolet Bolt has some similar resemblances to a modern-day crossover, General Motors is planning to make a 2021 Chevy Bolt Electric Utility Vehicle in Michigan.
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GM Authority revealed that the automaker has reserved the Bolt EUV trademark, and Car and Driver has now unveiled through photos an electric vehicle in concealment.
While camouflage covers most of the vehicle exterior, we can tell that this car will be bulkier than the regular Bolt with slim headlights at the front and boomerang-shaped side bumpers at the corners. The back of the vehicle leaves more to the imagination. On top, the EUV’s C-pillar stands out with the floating roof design.
This spied-on vehicle supports a promise made by GM CEO Mary Barra in 2017. In this year, GM vowed to sell more appealing vehicles to consumers. These cars would include a range of 300 miles by 2021. The bigger-picture vision involved having 20 zero-emission cars on the global market by 2023.
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GM has guaranteed two new Bolt electric crossovers in the past — one for China and the other for us here in the U.S.
While we are a little over 18 months from pitched goal from GM without the specific EV crossovers, the spy photos at the link below give us renewed hope that the U.S. crossover is nearing a debut. Head on over to Car and Driver to take a closer look at the latest pics of the new Chevy Bolt.