2023 Chevy Bolt EUV Gets New Radiant Red Tintcoat Color: First Look12
The 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV adds one new exterior color to its palette: Radiant Red Tintcoat. Here’s our first look at the new Red hue.
Assigned RPO code GNT and touch-up paint code WA-170H, Radiant Red Tintcoat is one of seven exterior colors offered on the all-electric subcompact crossover, which include:
- Bright Blue Metallic
- Gray Ghost Metallic
- Ice Blue Metallic
- Mosaic Black Metallic
- Silver Flare Metallic
- Summit White
- Radiant Red Tintcoat (new for 2023)
Radiant Red Tintcoat is an extra-cost item that adds an additional $495 to the crossover’s price and is available on both trim levels – LT and Premier – but can’t be combined with the Redline Edition package. It can be combined with all interior colorways.
For reference, here are all three available interior colorways offered on the 2023 Bolt EUV:
- Dark Ash Gray/Sky Cool Gray
- Jet Black
- Jet Black/Nightshift Blue
Like the Bolt EV, the Bolt EUV rides on the GM BEV2 platform and utilizes the same single-drive electric motor, which produces 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque, fed by the 65 kWh lithium-ion battery, providing 247 miles of range per charge. For those who are unfamiliar with the product line, the Bolt EUV recently entered the market for the 2022 model year and was unveiled alongside the refreshed 2022 Chevy Bolt EV as its slightly larger sibling.
The all-new 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV features a similar, though not identical design to the smaller Bolt EV. The most substantial differences include a more upright hood, a different C-pillar treatment, and a longer wheelbase. Unlike the Bolt EV, the Bolt EUV features GM’s hands-free, semi-autonomous Super Cruise technology.
The 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV receives a new Redline Edition, set apart by its black and red Bolt EUV badge on the rear hatch, along with red accent decals on the outside mirror caps. It also comes standard with a set of 17-inch gloss black painted aluminum wheels with red accents. The Redline Edition package can be ordered with the Bolt EUV in the LT trim level, or the well-equipped Premier. A Jet black leather interior with red accent stitching is available on both trim levels.
Production for the 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV began at the GM Lake Orion plant in Michigan on July 26th, 2022. The online configurator tool is now live for the 2023 Bolt EUV.
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Still don’t want an EV.
GM brought this reaction on themselves by making the dumb declaration that they won’t build anymore ICE vehicles after a certain date. That’s just not smart to make that statement when no one knows the future. That’s interpreted by many of us loyal GM customers like me (40 year customer) as a directive of what I will be forced to buy, to h3ll with what customers want! That’s a stupid business move and I reject it. I will buy whatever I want from whomever makes it, it’s my choice that’s American Capitalism. So if GM is willing to give up millions of customers, so be it! Did I already say it’s a stupid move?
Carl, just because you’re too dumb to realize the benefits of an EV doesn’t mean that other people and companies aren’t. Putting your ignorance on display just makes you look like a backwards cry baby who can’t deal with the fact that things are changing and there’s nothing you can do about it.
Please list the benefits for me, while you take another drink of woke koolaid.
Other than the clear environmental benefits I am personally saving hundreds of dollars a month in fuel costs with my plug-in vehicle. And that doesn’t take into account the savings from reduced maintenance costs associated with electric vehicles. You clearly lack the intellectual capacity to fully grasp the benefits but even you can understand the concept of saving money.
Clear environmental benefits? Mining for battery material is far worse than drilling for oil. And what about when they reach end of life? There is no way to recycle those batteries.
As a matter of fact multiple studies have showed that the overall environmental impact of electric vehicles is substantially lower than internal combustion. Also the battery packs are recyclable, with multiple firms making large investments in battery pack recycling and reuse.
Watch and learn.
Carl, obviously you’re neither watching nor learning. If you were, you would be aware of the many ways current EV’s are already superior to gas vehicles in nearly every way for daily driving. Our household has been driving EV’s for the last four years. We have absolutely zero desire to ever drive a gas vehicle again and when we ride in them, they feel like the outdated and obsolete technology they are. Bet you have never even ridden in an EV. I’m also betting if you had the opportunity, you’d dig in your heals and refuse to – because ‘you already know your stance’ and would prefer to keep a closed mind.
Saw two of these on a local dealer’s lot when they couldn’t sell them, while waiting for replacement batteries. I have never seen one on the street.
Have you never seen the 2023 or never seen any Bolt? I was driving into my bank parking lot two weeks ago in my 2020 Cajun Red Bolt, when an identical 2020 Cajun Red Bolt was leaving. And Cajun Red was possibly the LEAST color produced.