GM 2022 Bolt EUV “Launch Edition” now sold out. Registrations opened on 2/19, production starts this summer
Bolt EUV Launch Edition was $43.5k featured Super Cruise hands-free driving, unique wheels, panoramic moon roof and special badging. Bolt EUV is on the legacy battery platform (not the next gen Ultium platform which Hummer EV will use), and has estimated 250 miles of range.
For comparison, now that the standard range Model Y has been discontinued (4 days after Bolt EUV announcement), the most affordable Model Y is the long-range model which is $59k including full self driving. Compared to the Bolt EUV Launch Edition, for the extra $15.5k (35%), you’re getting 80mi of range, AWD and it’s a Tesla.
Other Bolt EUV configurations are still available. For example, if you don’t want Super Cruise, Bolt EUV drops to $34k. You can check out the Bolt EUV [here](https://www.chevrolet.com/upcoming-vehicles/2022-bolt-euv/trims)
Will Bolt EUV move the needle for GM? If Biden is able to pass the Green Act with a $7k tax credit as [reported](https://www.electrive.com/2021/02/12/green-act-us-democrats-to-push-ev-sales-cap-e-bike-act/), I think there’s a chance.