As we’ve covered previously, Chevy has released a series of videos covering various features and owner tips for the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8. Now, the Bow Tie brand has done the same thing for the Chevrolet Bolt EV, providing insight into what it’s like to own and operate the battery-driven hatchback.
The new series is called the Chevrolet Bolt EV Academy, and it includes 15 well-produced videos designed to inform both current and future Bolt EV owners.
According to the automaker, the videos cover things like “unique features, driving tips and how-tos,” which are obviously great for Chevrolet Bolt EV owners looking to get the most from their vehicle. What’s more, the videos paint a picture of what EV ownership is really like, which could be helpful for prospective buyers as well.
More specifically, some of the topics covered include how to charge at home, how to charge on a road trip, using the regenerative battery function for “one pedal driving,” operation of the infotainment system, operation of the safety features, and driving in cold weather.
The videos are currently posted at Chevy’s YouTube channel, as well as on Chevrolet.com, the MyChevy app, and the Chevrolet owner center.
The videos are interesting and informative, and include excellent narration and commentary from the engineers and vehicle experts who created the Chevrolet Bolt EV. The imagery and camera work is also top-notch, and does well to illustrate the topics on hand, some of which are relatively complicated. Nevertheless, the videos boil each topic down into easily digestible chunks, with run times varying between a minute and two minutes.
Indeed, with arrival of even more GM EV vehicles just over the horizon, these videos can provide a better understanding of what to expect in terms of features and driving experience.
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