2024 Chevy Equinox EV Interior Teased In New Video

General Motors is ramping up its all-electric vehicle efforts with an array of fresh EV debuts, including the up-and-coming Chevy Equinox EV. Now, General Motors is teasing the new Equinox EV interior with the following brief video.

Clocking in at just 30 seconds, the video opens with a shot of the Earth from orbit, which transitions to a shot of the Chevy Equinox EV’s air vent. The vent includes a silver surround and X-shaped inner design. From here, we get a panning shot of the center console and dash, the latter of which includes two large cupholders, more silver trim, and blue upholstery. Under the center console, there’s a large, open space, which appears as though it may offer additional storage, although it’s hard to tell through the shadows.

The camera then moves up to the passenger-side of the dash, where we see the lower edge of the central infotainment screen, as well as some interesting lighting elements between the screen and air vent, as well as on the door. The lighting bits change color from white to blue.

Finally, the camera pulls back to give us a broader view of the whole dash, showing off the horizontally mounted touchscreen, as well as the digital driver information readout behind the steering wheel.

General Motors officially unveiled the 2024 Chevy Equinox EV at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this year, and while the initial photos provided a good look at the exterior styling, we previously only had a single rendering image of the interior.

Chevy Equinox EV video teaser

Chevy Equinox EV debut rendering image

Placed side-by-side, the interior previewed in the new video looks pretty close with regard to design and layout, although the interior in the video does appear to be closer to something we’d expect from the production vehicle as well.

To note, General Motors states that the images in the new teaser video are simulated, and that the final production design will vary.

The 2024 Chevy Equinox EV will start around $30,000, with production kicking off in the Fall of 2023.

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  • It looks great !!! I Hope GM bring It to Brazil....we need more GM products here ( Buicks and Cadillacs too)

  • I will lament the passing of nice and simple dashes that are not cluttered with nasty screens. My 2021 Chevy Malibu screen is borderline for me already because of how the top and both sides protrude from the dash. Same with the CT4 I had. At least the Volvo S60 screen was more nicely integrated, but still not as well as my 2018 Buick Encore's was.

    My question is why? Why do we need so many and such large screens? (we don't by the way). Why such a desire from people who are supposed to be DRIVING to have so much s**t glaring you down? You want to play video games, stay the f*** home and do it there. Want to text and talk on the phone? Pull over and do it from a safe location or better yet, do that at home too. These roads are already too cluttered with morons who can't or won't drive and insist on playing with electronics. So stupid.

    For me, that dash ruins the entire car no matter how nice the rest is.

    • It is ok they flash a message on the screen not to take your eyes off the road while driving. LoL.

      To be honest the screens are replacing a number of mechanical items with one electronic one that can be programmed for more than one vehicle.

      The reason they are larger is that is what most buyers want. To me more finger prints but not the end of the world.

      I would rather have HUD in all cars.m

      • C8.R: I was obviously being overly dramatic in order to make a point. I use my phone in my car (only through Bluetooth or CarPlay) and I do appreciate a functional screen that does the basics. When you say the screens are replacing a number of mechanical items, you are right. But that doesn't make it right. For example, the Volvo's include the climate controls within the screen. Talk about a royal pain! On hot days when the car's interior is sweltering, you get in and start the car with the climate taking forever to start up. You have to hope that someone didn't turn it off or it will take about a minute before the screen goes operational and you can finally pull up the climate setting to turn it on, all while dealing with the heat. Now compare that to my Malibu where the climate is separate from the screen with functional buttons. I start it up and immediately will get air flowing.

        And yes, you are right about those prints!!

        • Well with drama around here it is hard to separate which is which at time.

          Some just do the screen better than others.

          I hope GM keeps the duel controls for HVAC as it is an advantage. I also like how they are not doing the screen vertical.

          I hate the Tesla set up where it is screen only for the most part.

        • @Dan B
          One of the best parts of owing an EV in the Summer is that my car has a setting that the Cabin will not go above 99 Degrees. The AC is almost instantaneous as well. Basically full blast right away.
          Also if I run in somewhere for like 15 minutes the HVAC system still runs at a click on the touchscreen,
          I could never go back to an ICE vehicle again except for a C8 or a Mid-Engine Ferrari......My Dream since I was a Child

      • You must have fun changing HVAC, GPS, defoggers or Radio stations. Even speed you have to check the dash unless you have hud.

        In a unfamiliar vehicle or a Old Pontiac with 97 buttons you still have to give a glance.

      • Yeah, with knobs and switches in the dash I can make adjustments by feel and without looking away from the road. With a touchscreen I have to look at the screen and away from the road (more dangerous).

      • Looks nice for the class it will be in. GM finally figured out that lower cost interior don't have to be ugly or boring. Parts cost the same whether the design is lame or well thought out and that logic escaped them for as long as I can remember.

    • I agree, the last thing I want in my dash is a TV screen! I love lighted buttons and knobs!

  • On another car website they claimed this new simulation was depicting the LT trim........buuuuut I see nothing that indicates this. It looks exactly like the previous RS render. Still looks great!

    • GM released two renderings, the Blue interior was for the LT and the Red interior was for the RS.

  • These things cost the better part of $1,000 to fix after the warranty expires so better hope it dies quickly.... How you drive the thing in the meantime is unknown. MY 2014 caddy PHEV ELR had its cue system DIE one week before the warranty expired, but I didn't luck out completely.

    The needlessly complicated heater ELECTRIC PUMP (TOYOTA Prime vehicles do not need these with their much simpler heating systems) cost me $650 to be replaced..

    The needlessness here is - the car decides to run the engine all the time whenever the thermometer drops to 32 degrees - hence no need for any electric heater loops if the car decides to waste gasoline anyway, so it might as well just use the existing engine - belt driven water pump which it ALSO has.