ETrailer.com lists 2 items for EUV. Both are class III. So it's doable. Further, the site lists the difficulties as 10 out of 10. So it's quite challenging. I bought twice from them, both were listed as 4 out of 10. If you dare the adventure, then you can give it a go.
The Draw Tite 76525 is a good choice. The 10 of 10 difficulty is relative. I installed mine a couple of weeks ago, and as a long time DIYer, I would give it a 5 or 6. There are a few good videos on YouTube.
There are some good post (recent ones) on pulling light loads (up to 2,000 pounds) with the Bolt. This has for sure made me question if I will (or won't) buy the Maverick I ordered LAST year, that Ford will probably build 6 months from now, after letting My2023 orders pass me in line (I actually have a VIN/build week months ago, then they cancelled it).
I'm excited now that I can still tow with this, and I'll get it first, so if I am not happy with it I can always sell and keep the trucklette (unless Ford pushes me from a My2022>My2023>MY2024).
The Curt hitch looks nice. It mounts to the bumper bolts just like a lot of the nicest European hitches. Curt lists it as “easy.”
I am generally a fan of Curt brand hitches… I have installed quite a few. I did not like their design for the Bolt EV, and ended up going with the Drawtite, because it used the bumper bolts (and other bolt holes). But for the EUV, I do like Curt’s design.