General Motors is almost ready to unbox its revamped Bolt vehicles. Today, the automaker – which has just unveiled a new logo inspired by EVs – posted a frustrating teaser and confirmed that two models will be officially revealed next month. One is a refreshed version of the classic Chevy Bolt, while the other is an “EUV,” which apparently stands for electric utility vehicle. (In reality, it means some sort of Crossover SUV.)
We’ve known the pair for some time: Both were referenced as part of a GM event in March of last year. The standard Bolt EV was supposed to be released at the end of 2020, but was postponed due to “current business situationBetter known as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The Bolt EUV, meanwhile, was still to be released in 2021. The latter will come with Super Cruise, a driver assistance system that GM is already offering with various Cadillac models. (The feature will also be coming to select GMC vehicles.) Today’s video teaser shows the Bolt EUV’s steering wheel and a screen in the background with the words “Driver Assistance”.