Electric Vehicles

Chevy Electric Cars

  • General Motors, the parent company of Chevrolet, has set an ambitious goal of becoming the world’s largest seller of electric vehicles, surpassing Elon Musk’s company.
  • By 2025, GM will be developing 30 new plug-in models with an investment of $30 billion.
  • The 2024 Equinox EV, one of three new EVs from Chevy, is anticipated to be among the most reasonably priced models of its class.

As we continue to embrace a more sustainable future, electric cars are becoming increasingly popular.

Recent advancements in battery technology have made electric vehicles more practical for everyday use. Chevrolet, a major player in the American automotive industry, is making impressive strides in the production of high-quality electric vehicles.

In this blog post, we will take a detailed look at the complete list of electric cars from Chevrolet.

1.   Spark EV

Last Recorded Starting MSRP: $25.995

Key Highlights

  • EPA-est. all-electric range of 82 Miles
  • 0 to 60 mph in just over seven seconds with 140 horsepower
  • 4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack
  • 20-minute charging time with DC Fast Charging
  • Production ended in 2017


Chevrolet’s endeavor to bring affordable and eco-friendly mobility to the masses began long before the introduction of the Bolt EV. In fact, the Spark EV, Chevy’s most budget-friendly and smallest electric vehicle, was unveiled in 2014.

Thanks to its potent electric motor and 1-speed direct-drive gearbox, the Spark EV adds an element of enjoyment to your daily commute. The vehicle is capable of generating 140 horsepower and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just over seven seconds. With a full charge, this hatchback EV can cover an EPA-rated range of 82 miles and can be charged in as little as 20 minutes using a DC Fast Charging unit.

The Spark EV’s power and amusement factor are impressive. Additionally, the vehicle’s handling is well-balanced and responsive, making it perfect for city driving. This microcar can turn on a dime and fit into tight parking spaces. The lithium-ion battery pack’s intelligent design has also allowed the Spark EV to maintain the same passenger and storage capacity as its conventional counterpart. Unfortunately, production for the Spark EV ceased in 2017.


  • Easy to zip in traffic or park
  • Peppy and fun to handle


  • Tiny battery
  • Made only for commuting

2.   Chevy Bolt EV

Starting MSRP: $26,500

Key Highlights

  • America’s Most Affordable EV
  • 200-horsepower, single-motor electric drive unit
  • 65-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack
  • EPA-est. 259 miles electric range on a full charge
  • 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds
  • Front-wheel drive
  • 57 cu.-ft. max Cargo Volume
  • Standard Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System with a 10.2-inch touchscreen
  • Standard Wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
  • Standard Chevy Safety Assist


The Bolt EV, which was introduced in 2016, was so advanced for its time that it rendered other affordable electric vehicles virtually pointless. Over the years, the Bolt has brown into a more well-rounded small electric hatchback with out-of-the-box styling and a compelling value proposition.

In fact, for the years 2022 and 2023, the prices of the Bolt EV have dropped even further, reducing its MSRP by a staggering $10,900 compared to the 2021 model, making it the most affordable EV for sale in the US. As Chevy’s first mass-market EV to significantly reduce “range anxiety,” the Bolt presents a more accessible alternative to small EVs like the Hyundai Kona Electric or the Tesla Model 3.

Despite its modest price tag, the Bolt can travel 259 miles before running out of charge, which is remarkable for the price. Moreover, with 200 horsepower, the Bolt can be a genuine powerhouse on the open road. In order to further maximize its versatility, the Bolt also has a DC fast-charge option that can add up to 100 miles of range in just half an hour.

Furthermore, the Bolt EV is a practical hatchback with a spacious rear seat and sufficient cargo space. Surprisingly, the interior is more spacious than the exterior dimensions suggest. Since 2022, Chevy has also revamped the Bolt EV’s cabin with a more upscale design, including nicer materials and more soft-touch surfaces.

Overall, the Bolt remains the best way to get into an EV. Although it may not be as desirable as a Tesla, it is arguably a more significant breakthrough in automotive technology at a fraction of the cost. However, The Bolt’s production will last only till 2023 as Chevy will replace it with the Ultium battery-powered Equinox EV.

But don’t fret, you can still find great used examples of the Chevy Bolt at SchumacherUsed.


  • Solid price
  • Surprisingly roomy for the size
  • Respectable all-electric range


  • No all-wheel-drive option
  • Will be discontinued after 2023

3.   Chevy Bolt EUV

Starting MSRP: $27,800

Key Highlights

  • 200-horsepower, single-motor electric drive unit
  • 65-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack
  • EPA-est. 217 miles electric range on a full charge
  • 0 to 60 mph in 7.0 seconds
  • Front-wheel drive
  • 9 cu.-ft. max Cargo Volume
  • Standard Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System with a 10.2-inch touchscreen
  • Standard wireless device charging and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
  • Standard Chevy Safety Assist
  • Available Super Cruise


Picture having all the features of the regular Bolt EV hatchback, but with a body style that resembles more of an SUV, which is what American buyers prefer. The Bolt EUV has an additional six inches in length over the hatchback, giving it more cargo capacity and rear legroom, both essential in a compact vehicle. The Bolt EUV, similar to the hatchback, provides exceptional value for money and is the most affordable way to own an electric crossover.

The Bolt EUV shares the same battery pack and propulsion unit as the Bolt EV, allowing for

200 horsepower and 266 pounds-feet of torque to be delivered to the front wheels. Acceleration is quite perky, thanks to the instantaneous torque delivery of electric motors.

Despite its extended length and increased space, the Bolt EUV does not compromise on the driving range, providing 247 miles on a single charge, thanks to the 65.0-kWh battery pack and regenerative braking. It also features DC fast-charging capabilities.

Inside, the Bolt EUV is comparable to that of the Bolt EV, with similar standard features, including Chevy safety assist. The only significant difference is that the EUV comes with the option of Super Cruise, GM’s semi-autonomous self-driving system.

Although the Bolt EUV lacks all-wheel drive and off-road capabilities, it is in line with other electric SUVs like the Ford Mustang Mach-E, Hyundai Kona Electric, and Tesla Model Y, which don’t offer rock-crawling capabilities either. Additionally, recent price reductions have given the Bolt EUV a significant MSRP advantage over other models in its segment.

Unfortunately, just like the Bolt Hatchback EV, 2023 will be the final model year for the EUV


  • Value for money
  • Roomy for its size
  • Eager electric powertrain
  • Plenty of tech including available Super Cruise


  • No option for all-wheel drive
  • Will be discontinued after 2023

4.   Equinox EV

Estimated Starting MSRP: $30,000

Key Highlights

  • EPA-est range of driving of up to 300 miles
  • Up to 290 hp, resulting in 0 to 60 mph in 6.0 seconds
  • Up to 1,500 pounds of towing capacity
  • 70 miles of range in 10-minutes with DC fast charging
  • FWD with available eAWD
  • 2 cubic feet of cargo capacity
  • Standard 11-inch instrument cluster and 11-inch infotainment screen; available 17.7-inch infotainment screen.
  • Standard Chevy Safety Assist
  • Available Super Cruise


GM is placing a significant bet on the all-new Equinox EV in its quest to establish itself as a mass-market leader in all-electric vehicles. The all-electric crossover is slated to hit the U.S. market next fall and will start at approximately $30,000. This price is less than half the current average transaction price of electric vehicles ($66,000), according to KellyBlueBook.

In fact, at that price point, the Equinox EV will be considerably more affordable than its competitors, such as the Tesla Model Y (which costs $35,000 more), and the Ford Mustang Mach-E (which costs $13,000 more). It’s even slightly cheaper than the Hyundai Ioniq 5.

Fortunately, the Equinox EV isn’t the retrofitted version of its gas-powered sibling. It has been purposefully developed as an electric vehicle from the ground up, utilizing Chevrolet’s Ultium platform.

While designing the Equinox EV, Chevy designers seem to have kept the thought of making the car look contemporary yet keeping the conventional crossover design aspects, And the result is actually quite good.

The base Equinox EV offers a range of approximately 250 miles on a full charge. It comes standard with front-wheel drive and gets a solid 210 horsepower. The Equinox EV offers the option of all-wheel drive. This upgrade boosts the power to an impressive 290 horsepower. If you opt for the higher-level models, you’ll also get a larger battery pack that can extend the range of the vehicle to a maximum of 300 miles. However, it’s worth noting that selecting all-wheel drive may slightly reduce the estimated range.

Chevy’s electric Equinox models all feature DC fast-charging capability of up to 150kW for efficient charging. This means that in just 10 minutes, you can add approximately 70 miles of range to your vehicle, making it convenient for quick top-ups on the go. As with most EVs, one-pedal driving comes standard.

Inside, the Equinox EV is expected to be quite spacious. It is expected to have a longer wheelbase than the regular Equinox by approximately nine inches, although precise measurements have not yet been revealed by the company.

5.   Blazer EV

Estimated Starting MSRP: $44,995

Key Highlights

  • EPA-est. all-electric range of up to 320 miles
  • Up to 557 hp, resulting in 0-100 in under 4 seconds
  • Only EV with three available drive systems: front-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, and rear-wheel drive
  • Standard 17.7-inch diagonal display screen
  • Standard 11-inch diagonal driver information screen
  • Available Super Cruise


Similar to the all-new Equinox EV, the Blazer EV is not just a retrofit of a gas-powered vehicle, the Blazer EV has been designed from the ground up on Chevy’s latest Ultium Platform. This means it has something to offer for everyone, be it power, range, or affordability.

For those who crave speed, the SS trim will definitely satisfy. With 557 horsepower, it can reach 60 mph in under four seconds, putting it in direct competition with the Tesla Model Y Performance and the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT. And with an estimated range of 290 miles, it’s a tempting package. The SS trim will make its way to the market by the end of 2023.

For those seeking a more affordable option, there are three other models available. The lowest-priced 1LT trim will join the lineup in early 2024, offering an estimated range of 247 miles and only front-wheel drive. Upgrading to 2LT enhances range to 293 miles, and also opens the door to available eAWD, however, that might drop a bit of range.

If you want the most range, choose the RS trim, which has an estimated 320-mile range. The RS comes standard with either front- or rear-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is an option. The 2LT and RS models will be released in the summer of 2023.

The Blazer EV exhibits remarkable charging speeds when using a DC fast charger; approximately 78 miles in 10 minutes. In addition, the Blazer EV features advanced technologies such as Regen on Demand and One Pedal Driving, which can assist in optimizing its range.

In addition to its exceptional electric capabilities, the Blazer EV’s appearance on the road is equally noteworthy, especially with its striking 22-inch wheels that draw attention. The interior is equally impressive, featuring a flat-bottom steering wheel that speaks to the car’s performance-oriented nature.

6.   Silverado EV

Estimated Starting MSRP: $42,000

Key Highlights

  • EPA-est. all-electric range of up to 400 miles
  • Up to 660 hp, resulting in 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds
  • 20,000-pound max towing capacity
  • Available four-corner air ride adaptive suspension
  • Multi-Flex midgate with pass-through
  • Standard 11.0-inch infotainment touchscreen; available 17-inch diagonal free-form screen
  • Front trunk
  • 14 available camera views
  • Available Super Cruise


The Silverado EV is going to be the most potent and highest-range EV offering in the automaker’s lineup. The Silverado EV comes equipped with dual electric motors, providing standard all-wheel drive and up to 664 hp. With the ability to haul up to 1300 pounds of payload and tow up to 10,000 pounds, the Silverado EV is a workhorse on the road, and a fleet model capable of towing up to 20,000 pounds is also in the works.

Thanks to a large battery pack, the Silverado EV will have a noteworthy 400 miles of all-electric range. Not to forget, DC fast-charging technology will allow for a 100-mile range increase in only 10 minutes.

The Silverado EV will go against competitors such as the Rivian R1T (starting at $74,800) and the Ford F-150 Lightning (starting at $61,869). However, it will hold an edge in terms of its starting price.

The Silverado EV features ample storage space, including a spacious center console compartment thanks to the lack of a transmission.  The midgate design enables users to fold down the wall between the bed and cab to create additional storage space.

The 664 hp RST model will also include an adaptive air suspension. On the other hand, more accessible trims such as the Work Truck (WT) will provide a respectable 510 hp, standard all-wheel drive, and a four-wheel steering system. Chevrolet also intends to offer an off-road-ready Trail Boss, likely with locking differentials and all-terrain tires. Mid-range trims will be added later to complete the lineup.

Regarding the Silverado EV’s interior, we had a sneak peek inside the fully equipped RST model and were thoroughly impressed with what we saw. It featured dual-tone leather upholstery with red piping, a fixed glass roof, and comparable passenger space to a conventional Silverado crew cab pickup truck.

General Motors Wants To Go All-Electric

Last year, General Motors CEO Mary Barra expressed confidence that her company could outpace Tesla in the US electric vehicle market by 2025, saying, “I am very comfortable because when people get into these vehicles, they are just wowed.” Speaking on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Barra went on to say that GM plans to continue rolling out new EVs until they have secured the number one market share position in the EV market.

GM’s commitment to the EV market is evident in its plans to invest a whopping $35 billion in EV and AV product development spending between 2020 and 2025, which exceeds their investment in gas and diesel. This investment will also create thousands of new, high-paying jobs in the US.

GM is sparing no effort to ensure the wide adoption of EVs:

Making EVs accessible to everyone

GM acknowledges that the high cost of electric vehicles (EVs) is a major obstacle to widespread adoption, with concerns over range and charging infrastructure following close behind. To overcome this, the automaker plans to introduce a more affordable EV with a recognizable nameplate, such as the Equinox, that can encourage faster adoption of electric power.

While other EV manufacturers have promised low-priced alternatives, they often stumble due to battery costs, supply chain issues, and other external factors.

Nevertheless, Chevy remains committed to producing and selling an EV starting at $30,000, according to Scott Bell, the company’s vice president of global sales. This is crucial to Chevy’s success in building an EV for everyone.

In fact, the car manufacturer has even refrained from raising prices on its most economical EVs, the Chevy Bolt and Bolt EUV, despite price increases on other EVs. The company plans to keep the discounted price for the Bolts until the end of the year.

Advanced Ultium Platform

The Ultium Platform is certainly a game-changer for General Motors, as it offers a cost-effective and flexible approach to electrification. By using common cell and propulsion components, the platform enables GM to produce a wide range of electric vehicles with varying levels of performance and features.

This means that customers can choose from a variety of models that suit their specific needs, from affordable mass-market cars to high-performance vehicles.

The platform’s lower battery pack costs also make it possible for GM to offer more affordable EVs without sacrificing performance or range. This is a critical factor in the broader adoption of electric vehicles, as affordability remains a major barrier for many potential customers.

Ultimately, the Ultium Platform represents a significant step forward in GM’s efforts to make electric vehicles accessible to a broader audience while delivering exceptional driving experiences.

A Comprehensive Charging Network

GM’s commitment to simplifying the charging experience for their EV owners is commendable, as it is a crucial aspect of making EVs more accessible and convenient.

With Ultium Charge 360, GM is integrating multiple charging networks, mobile apps, and other products and services to make the charging experience easier and more convenient for its customers.

With access to a network of 11 charging station operators and over 100,000 charging points in North America, drivers can easily plan their routes and locate charging stations, all with the convenience of a single app. This will help to ease concerns about range anxiety and make it easier for drivers to charge their EVs while on the go.

Final Thoughts

Preparing to integrate an electric vehicle (EV) into your lifestyle demands substantial groundwork and comprehension. Nevertheless, the ultimate payback of savings and driving without harmful emissions is undeniably worthwhile. If you’re keen on the Chevy electric vehicle lineup, we’re pleased to keep you posted with the latest updates! It’s exhilarating to connect with like-minded drivers who share the same enthusiasm for these vehicles as we do. So, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.