2023 Chevy Bolt EV Configurator Live19
The 2023 Chevy Bolt EV began rolling off the production line at the GM Lake Orion plant in Michigan on July 21st. To coincide with this recent launch, GM has now gone live with the online configurator tool for the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV, which allows prospective buyers to equip the vehicle with different features and options and view a complete pricing summary of their preferred specification.
The 2023 Chevy Bolt EV receives only minor changes over the outgoing 2022 model year, including the addition of a new illuminated charge port as a standalone option. The Illuminated charge port carries RPO code 62G in the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV‘s order books and will be available to order on both the 1LT and 2LT trim levels. GM will also drop the Cherry Red Tintcoat exterior color from the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV order books, as we reported previously, which will be replaced by the new Radiant Red Metallic hue. Finally, the price of the vehicle has been lowered by $5,900.
The Chevy Bolt EV rides on the GM BEV2 platform and utilizes a single-drive electric motor, which produces 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque. A 65 kWh lithium-ion battery provides 259 miles of range on a single charge. The closely-related Chevy Bolt EUV uses the same technology, but range sits slightly lower at 247 miles due to the crossover’s higher weight.
GM is hoping to reignite interest in the Chevy Bolt EV and closely related Bolt EUV following the widely publicized battery fire recall that was issued for both models. The automaker launched a high-profile ad campaign for the electric compact cars in the spring, giving the Bolt nameplate the highest ad spend at Chevy this year behind only the Silverado pickup truck. Chevy marketing boss Steve Majoros has also predicted that Bolt sales will reach a record high this year, topping the previous high of 23,297 units sold back in 2017.
Click here to access the configurator tool for the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV.
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Edit: looks like the links still go to the 2022 configurator… have to edit the URL for 2023 atm
Have never seen one at any Chevy dealer around here, but we keep getting emails from GM (surveys and ordering info on them). It is like fantasy stories vs reality they don’t exist very much, yet.
Depends on location and state.
Not sure why the down votes. I’m seeing plenty of them around here, so you’re obviously correct.
when il production of the bolt 2023 Euv will stars the ont info you publics is the Uv
It’s obvious Chevy is prioritizing selling new vehicles over replacing batteries on existing cars.
And still waiting for a battery for my 2022 sitting on the lot. Very poor customer service.
Hi John and Bryan:
Yeah me too! Had my 2022 EUV for about 15 months and still no replacement battery…. And of course my Caddy LYRIQ which I ordered on 5/19/22 still has an undetermined arrival date. A 2wd model which supposedly few others have ordered AND is the only model currently being manufactured.
Its as if GM has forgotten how to run a production line….
Since there are delays in both ICE and BEV vehicles, I wonder what CAN they make other than sell completed imports from Korea and China.
Lyriq Deliveries have started for the Debut Edition. GM is currently constrained on battery supply and there is a driver shortage for delivering vehicles.
GM has to mine the lithium first 🙂 LOL
It’s in GM’s best interests to manage the battery replacement process in a way that benefits their customers who bought Bolts with the old batteries. GM need to see this as an opportunity for long term customer loyalty. But it seems they are being dumb again inflicted with short term thinking. Been seeing too many complaints from Bolt owners with the old LG Chem batteries.
Unless their car caught fire, what exactly is their complaint? Are they still limiting charging and range?
……and I’m still waiting for the replacement battery for my 2021 Bolt after the recall!!! When you call nobody is able to tell you anything. I’m getting very disillusioned with Chevy!!
yes they are. I wish that I had never permitted them to do that software update.
I bought a 2017 EV, then through buy back exchanged it for a 2022 EUV 7/30/2021.. Two weeks later I received a recall letter. And I am still waiting.
In NJ nothing comes up for a 23 Bolt EUV. I am a GM dealership employee and can order one! Everything I read says July, bull crap! Seen a couple of 22’s. Guess what, some parts are available if you need them…
Is an onboard Halon fire system available 🙂 LOL
It is part of the Premere package. Curenty on back order but the parts guy says “soon.i
A fully optioned 2023 Bolt EV comes to $30,165 (without the $995 destination charge for my area).
With the MSRP swap offered on my $41K 2021 Bolt (minus mileage), this could be a GM loyalty making experience for me!