- gm shared a teaser video of the upcoming chevrolet bolt euv's steering wheel complete with a super cruise light bar.
- the 2022 bolt euv will be the first chevrolet to get gm's super cruise hands-free driver-assistance feature.
- both 2022 chevy bolt euv and the refreshed bolt ev will go into production this summer.
the 2022 chevy bolt and bolt euv electric vehicles won’t get a ces reveal like the original bolt which was unveiled back in 2016 at the annual tech convention. but gm did take the opportunity to share a teaser video of the bolt euv’s steering wheel with super cruise and we know that both vehicles will be unveiled in february.
the video shows the bolt euv's steering wheel and dashboard during startup. in it, we can see the super cruise light bar flashing red, blue, and green as the vehicle gets ready to go for a drive. the light bar's illumination color indicates the status of super cruise to the driver. if it lights up green while driving, then the super cruise hands-free feature is available. the wheel flashes red when it determines that the driver has disregarded the flashing green light that signifies that the person behind the wheel is not paying attention. finally, the light bar will flash blue when the driver takes over the wheel while super cruise is engaged.
the bolt euv will be the first chevrolet product with gm's hands-free driver-assistance system. super cruise made its debut in 2017 on the cadillac ct6. gm says that it will be coming to 22 vehicles by 2023, including the 2022 hummer ev.
gm already shared a silhouette teaser of the upcoming bolt and bolt euv, so we have a bit of an idea of how they look. plus, there have already been spy shots of the bolt euv. but next month we’ll finally get to see them out of the darkness and without camouflage.
both vehicles will go into production in summer 2021.