GM has got our attention again with the release of a new teaser of its Chevy Bolt EUV. GM didn’t just supply a teaser this time however, the automaker also confirmed that an official unveiling for the all-electric hatchback will take place next month.
The Chevy Bolt EUV was introduced at GM’s “EV Day” last year. The event showcased the company’s future plans of electrification along with the announcement of its Bolt EV-based crossover called the Bolt EUV, as well as a Bolt EV refresh. Both upcoming EVs are slated to enter into production int he summer of this year.
Last August, GM released a teaser image of the silhouette of the upcoming EUV, confirming some people’s speculation that it will look like the GM Buick Velite 7 Electric SUV. Two months later, the company released another short teaser that, if anything, left us wanting more. The 10 seconds clip previewed the EUV’s interior power flow screen, but that was it.
Before the end of 2020, GM released one more teaser of the Bolt EUV’s headlights. Up until now, that was pretty much the extent of visuals we’ve seen in regards to the Bolt EUV. However, with the release of a new micro teaser, piece by piece we are slowly finding out what the Chevy Bolt EUV is all about.
In addition to the micro teaser, GM also confirmed it will fully unveil the Chevy Bolt EUV and the refreshed Chevy Bolt EV next month. Both EVs are expected to hit production come summer with deliveries expected later in the year.