Chevy EV Lineup

The transition from fossil-fuel-powered vehicles to all-electric ones is well underway, with more manufacturers adding the latter to their lineups. Despite the ever-increasing competition in this market, Chevy’s all-electric lineup stays true to the quality, design, and functionality standards the Detroit-based manufacturer has maintained throughout the years.

Whether you’re in the market for a high-utility vehicle, a great car for road trips, or a compact car to help you beat city traffic, Chevy has an all-electric solution for your needs. These are the Chevy electric vehicles currently or soon-to-be available for purchase<.

Chevy Bolt EV

This small electric vehicle is both useful and affordable, making it one of the most popular EVs on the market today. Despite its size, it offers ample interior space, and its impressive 259-mile range means you can even use it for road trips. Power is stored inside a 65-kWh battery pack located under the Bolt’s floor, which lowers its center of gravity and makes it very agile and stable when cornering. Besides having a large battery pack, the 240-volt charging option allows you to get up to 100 miles of range in less than a half-hour of charging.

All models come with front-wheel drive and a single electric motor that can generate 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque. This powertrain helps the Bolt reach a speed of 60 miles per hour from a standstill in only 6.9 seconds, which is a respectable time for a vehicle built for other purposes. The excellent acceleration can be very helpful when merging into a highway lane or overtaking traffic.

The Chevy Bolt EV’s two trims are the:


The Bolt’s standard trim is very well-equipped and includes many premium features, including 17-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and push-button start, LED headlights, a large 10.2-inch touch-screen interface, full wireless smartphone connectivity through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a six-speaker audio system. It also comes with the following standard driver aids:

  • Forward collision mitigation system: This system issues a warning when it senses an imminent collision and even hits the brakes to prevent mitigate the impact in certain situations.
  • Lane-keeping assist system: This feature senses when the Bolt drifts out of its lane without the turn signals being activated and steers it back.

You can also add two optional packages to the LT trim:

  • Comfort and Convenience package: This upgrade adds heated seats and steering wheel, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.
  • Driver Confidence Package: This option adds two more driver aids, a blind-spot monitoring system with rear cross-traffic alert that warns you if another vehicle is in the Bolt’s blind spot, and rear parking sensors that issue an audio warning if you get close to another object while parking.


This model includes all features of the previous trim, including the two additional packages. It adds a surround-view camera system, elegant leather seats, and roof rails. An optional package is also available, and it includes a seven-speaker Bose audio system, extra USB ports, a wireless phone charging pad, and an adaptive cruise control system that keeps a constant speed throughout your journey and brakes or accelerates depending on the behavior of the car in front of you.

Chevy Bolt EUV

If the regular Bolt has everything you want from an electric vehicle except more space, the Bolt EUV might be the ideal choice. This small SUV is half a foot longer than the Bolt, and the extra interior room makes it more suitable for long road trips with family and friends. It uses the same 200-horsepower electric motor, and its 247-mile range is only slightly lower, which is impressive considering the difference in size between the two vehicles. The longer wheelbase also makes the Bolt EUV’s ride smoother than the EV’s, especially on long drives and uneven surfaces.

Besides the extra space, the Bolt EUV also has upgraded interior technology. Its Super Cruise system is available for the first time on a Chevrolet and is a revolution in automation, as it can automatically keep a steady speed, accelerate or decelerate when needed, and take corners with no input from the driver. It’s one of the few available systems that allows the driver to take his or her hands off the wheel. Paying attention to the road is still required, though, and the Bolt EUV will issue a warning if you look away.

Chevy Silverado EV

This all-electric pickup truck will be available for purchase in 2023 and is likely to provide a high-tech alternative to the classic work truck. Its estimated range is around 400 miles, and it’s likely to have a towing capacity of up to 8,000 pounds, so those using it for work purposes don’t have to compromise on utility and reliability. The Silverado will probably exceed current reliability standards, as a future version is estimated to have a 20,000-pound tow rating, taking full advantage of the instant power delivery and high torque that only electric motors can deliver.

Despite its size, the Silverado EV is also very quick off the mark. It can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in only 4.5 seconds, which was a time reserved solely for supercars only a few years ago, but is now accessible to everyday vehicles thanks to the rise of electric technology. It manages such excellent acceleration time with the help of a 660-horsepower electric motor, which can also generate up to 780 pound-feet of torque.

You no longer have to compromise on performance when you opt for an electric car for environmental purposes. Today’s Chevy models are viable alternatives to gas-powered cars, trucks, and SUVs. If you’re looking for a vehicle to help you quickly make your way through city traffic, go on a road trip with loved ones, or provide vital assistance at work, Chevrolet’s electric vehicle lineup has what you need. To learn more about these revolutionary models or set up a test drive, call or visit us at Allen Turner Chevrolet.