This teaser video reveals the new widescreen digital display that will likely come standard in the Chevy Bolt EUV. This color display screen appears to be at least eight inches in size diagonally, though GM did not confirm its size in its press release. The screen is on an energy usage tab in the short clip, which appears to be relaying information about the EV’s powertrain and battery charge level.
This screen is integrated into the 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV dashboard in a very similar way as the current Chevy Bolt EV screen’s, mounted on a “tab” that extends downwards and sitting just below the center HVAC vents. But whereas the current Bolt EV has various knobs and buttons mounted just below the touchscreen, the Bolt EUV’s dashboard ends where the screen does for a cleaner and more uniform appearance. This could mean that Chevy has reverted to touch-based controls for things like the audio system and HVAC for the Bolt EUV, or that it has relocated them to another part of the dash/center console.
This same screen and dashboard layout will also likely be used in the next-generation Chevy Bolt EV hatchback, which is expected to arrive at a similar time as the Chevy Bolt EUV crossover. These commuter EVs are expected to share the same battery-electric powertrain and ride on the same BEV2 platform, among other parts, and are expected to be built alongside each other at the GM Lake Orion plant in Orion Township, Michigan.
GM previously released a teaser image revealing the silhouette of the Chevy Bolt EUV viewed from the side, giving us a rough idea of what it will look like. The crossover is expected to look like an evolved version of the current Chevy Bolt EV, but with more ground clearance and a taller and more upright stance.
Additionally, GM has confirmed the Chevy Bolt EUV will be the first Bowtie-badged vehicle available with GM’s hands-free Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system. The automaker has only offered the technology on Cadillac products to date.
Look for the Chevy Bolt EUV to make its official debut in the coming months before going on sale in mid-2021. For now, check out the video embedded below to get a better look at the EV’s dashboard design and infotainment screen.