General Motors unveiled the all-new 2024 Chevy Equinox EV back in September of 2022, pulling the sheets on a fresh fully electric crossover. Now, GM Authority has caught the new Chevy Equinox EV out and about on public roads, providing us with another glimpse of what it looks like on real-world roads.
This particular model is the sporty 2024 Chevy Equinox EV 3RS trim level, covered in Black (paint code GBA).
Up front, we see a wide, horizontally oriented fascia with a geometric grille section and thin upper lighting bits. A single chrome styling line bisects the hood from the fascia, and also houses a blue Chevy Bow Tie badge.
Moving over to the profile, we see the outline of a charge port in the front fender. Large, five-spoke wheels with a black finish roll in the corners, with the outline of a silver Chevy Bow Tie badge seen in the center caps. The door handles are flush with the body, but interestingly, they’re also finished in contrasting white on this prototype, as is the fin antenna mounted on the roof.
The rear end matches the front with further thin lighting bits, as well as a geometric treatment for the lower fascia. Up top, there’s a trailing-edge spoiler element just behind the white roof antenna.
As a reminder, Chevy Equinox EV range varies between the various trim levels and configurations, with ratings of 250 miles, 280 miles, and 300 miles on the list. GM Ultium Drive motors are matched with GM Ultium batteries, with front-wheel drive equipped as standard, and eAWD offered as optional. Max output is set at 210 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque for front-wheel-drive units, or 290 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque for all-wheel drive variants.