We’re still waiting for the Bolt EV configuration page to go live, but until then, potential buyers can take a look at the order guide for a list of features, equipment and options.
Chevrolet certainly hasn’t held back on standard equipment for the Bolt, not even on the base LT model. Starting at $37,495 or, $29,995 after taking federal tax credits into account, the LT trim will come with a plethora of standard equipment including; driver and front passenger knee airbags, remote vehicle start, OnStar 4G LTE with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot, 10.2-inch MyLink infotainment system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Sirius XM, six-speaker audio system with an AUX jack, 120-volt portable charge cord, 7.2 kW high-voltage charger and more.
With a starting price of $40,905 plus a $875 destination charge, the Premier model is equipped with a few additional features like heated rear seats, rear camera mirror, Surround Vision with bird’s eye view, rear center armrest, side mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators, rear cargo double floor storage, and 18-inch wheels.
Unfortunately, fast charging does not come standard even if you decide to go for the Premier trim. That’s a bit disappointing considering how important recharge speed is to EV owners, something that would have placed the Bolt EV ahead of Tesla’s Model 3 is going to cost an additional $750.
Other than that, the Bolt EV will come with four optional packages: Driver Confidence Package which is available on LT and standard on Premier, same with the Comfort and Convenience Package, and both the Infotainment and Driver Confidence II Packages are only available on the Premier trim.
You can check out the full Order Guide PDF below for more information.
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Order Guide