A new era of affordable, all-electric vehicles is here and Chevy Bolt EV is leading the charge. It features outstanding efficiency, cutting-edge technology and amped-up style. Get behind the wheel and discover the power of all-electric.
Bolt EV is quick where it counts with rapid acceleration and 266 lb.-ft. of near instant electric torque to meet your power demands handily.
One Pedal Driving captures energy by using regenerative braking to slow the vehicle. It is controlled by using only the accelerator pedal to speed up or slow down, instead of the brakes.
The standard Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System* offers connectivity features like wireless Apple CarPlay*, wireless Android Auto™* compatibility and available Alexa Built-In.* The system seamlessly integrates with your smartphone so calls, music and select apps can be easily accessed and you can stay connected to your modern life on the move.
The touch-screen features four energy screens and is a powerful instrument that provides real-time driver information, allowing you to track your driving habits and improve efficiency and range. Drive smarter when you check your vehicle’s energy flow, see how your energy is being used, or monitor how the terrain is affecting energy usage. You can also customize charging based on your location, schedule and even utility rates.
With a bold 8-inch diagonal graphic display, the Driver Information Center lets you keep a close eye on your driving stats — from standard gauges to more advanced readouts like energy efficiency and variable real-time range.
Can automatically turn the vehicle’s high beam headlamps on and off according to surrounding traffic conditions.
Displays the following gap time in seconds between your vehicle and a detected vehicle you’re following.
Uses a brief, gentle steering wheel turn to alert you when you may be unintentionally drifting out of detected lane lines, so you can steer to stay safely in your lane. If needed, you may receive additional Lane Departure Warning alerts. System alerts do not occur if you’re using your turn signal or it detects you may be intentionally leaving your lane.