The Chevrolet Bolt EUV is the iPhone version of Bolt. This somewhat larger package provides slightly more space, comfort, and conveniences. Additionally, it offers the option of GM’s hands-free Super Cruise driving assistance technology. Moreover, the EUV sacrifices a little nimbleness for its gains, and it also costs a little more, but we think it’s worth it.


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Performance of it

The Bolt EUV can go from 0 to 60 mph in 7.1 seconds. This is slightly slower than the normal Bolt. But it is still quite rapid for an EV in this price range. It’s simple to whizz across town or reach motorway speeds. The brakes are smooth, and there’s a one-pedal driving mode that uses regenerative braking to take care of most of your daily slowing. If you want to enhance energy recovery, there’s even an additional steering-wheel regen brake paddle. The Bolt EUV isn’t as agile as some of the smaller EVs, nor is it as entertaining as the larger Ford Mustang Mach-E or Kia EV6.


Chevrolet Bolt
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Interior of the car

The EUV’s controls are sensibly laid up, with volume and tuning knobs to the left of the touchscreen. The gear selector buttons are fabulous option of this car. But they’re mainly intuitive and conserve cabin room. You can easily configure the digital instrument panel to display important information such as battery status, driving efficiency, and power output. We found it easy to become comfortable behind the wheel. You will love the height-adjustable driver’s seat as well as the substantially telescopic steering wheel of this model. However users expected more changes, like an extensible thigh cushion to ensure ultimate comfort and highend design.


Chevrolet Bolt EUV
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Final Verdict

Bolt is known for their cars with the best features. If you are someone who is looking for the utmost comfort and performance from a car, go for this model.