Yes, the Bolt EUV, like the regular Bolt EV, will launch in 2022 as a front-wheel-drive only vehicle. Actual noticeable changes will be a revised interior design and some exterior aesthetics, along with:
- "On the outside, the most distinctive design change is a new front fascia flowing up to slimmer headlights."
- "Most importantly, the Bolt EV’s much-maligned front seats are being replaced with a design that’s clearly longer and wider (and perhaps lower) than the current seats. There’s a sportier steering-wheel design, and the instrument-panel design has also been given a more cleaned-up look—especially in the infotainment and climate-control zone—with the traditional shift lever gone, replaced by buttons."
- "the upper dash and door materials have a stitched look and are now soft-touch, and that alone makes a huge difference for first impressions."
- "The Bolt will also been equipped with a new camera and sensor array—a possible hint toward future self-driving vehicle efforts—and the EUV version will be the first non-Cadillac vehicle in GM’s lineup to offer Super Cruise, a feature that steers and has lane awareness on major Interstates—and soon, GM says, on “trunk roads” that are divided but with occasional junctions"
- Hopefully range too.. "Otherwise the existing powertrain and 66-kwh battery pack carry over from the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV to revamped 2021 Chevy Bolt EV and the EUV. GM officials have long hinted that the Bolt EV might be capable of more than its current 50-kw (officially, or 55-kw unofficially) peak fast-charging rate. With more 150-kw fast-charge connectors now, that could be one other upgrade to keep an eye out for."