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2024 Chevy Equinox EV Revealed!

2024 EQUINOX EV: AN AFFORDABLE, FUNCTIONAL AND STYLISH EV

With up to 300 miles of range and a starting price around $30,000, the new 2024 Chevy Equinox wants to be the EV for everyone.

After first teasing the new Equinox at this January’s CES show, the all-new 2024 Chevy Equinox takes the award-winning GM Ultium EV platform and puts it under a five-passenger crossover SUV that’s aimed squarely at the heart of the US car market. And, with a $30K price tag, it seemed remarkably well-aimed!

“We are at a turning point where EVs will be the mainstream choice for the next generation of customers and Equinox EV will lead this charge for us,” said Mary Barra, Chair and CEO of General Motors. “With the flexibility of GM’s Ultium Platform, we are bringing to market vehicles at nearly every price point and for every purpose.”

The Equinox SUV joins a growing lineup of electric products from GM, now including the Chevy Bolt, Blazer, and Silverado EVs, as well as the Cadillac LYRIQ and GMC Hummer EV (so far). While most of those are premium offerings (yes, the Bolt is a premium subcompact hatchback), the Equinox is very “middle of the road,” and is expected to be a normal, volume-leading car.

“The Equinox EV is an EV for everyone,” says Scott Bell, VP of Chevrolet. “It’s an affordable game-changer, offering an uncompromising experience, with more features, that won’t change your daily routine — except that you will no longer have to stop at the gas station.”

As for the vehicle itself, the new 2024 Chevy Equinox offers a standard, front-wheel-drive electric power train with a GM-estimated 210 HP and 242 lb-ft of TQ for quick acceleration and, “a fun driving experience for everyday tasks.” An available 290 HP eAWD system will also be available on higher-end models, and deliver an even more thrilling experience behind the wheel.

The Equinox is expected to deliver 300 miles of range, with standard DC fast-charging capability of up to 150 kW on every model (which enables approximately 70 miles of range to be added in 10 minutes, per GM estimates).

You can take a look at the all-new, all-electric SUV from Chevrolet in the image galleries, below, then let us know what you think of the new crossover in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

 

2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV

SOURCE | IMAGES: CHEVROLET.

AUTHOR: 

JO BORRAS

3 Responses

  1. When are auto makers going to be more honest about range. 300 mile in actuality = 60%×300=180 miles if you are traveling. I’m looking at an aptera.com 600 mile range that equals 360 actual range. Just think that the consumers need to know the true about EV range..
    WE ALL KNOW THE TRUTH WILL NOT NECCESARLY COME FROM THE SALES PERSON.

    1. Why are you inventing phony math equations and throwing them out there like people will believe they’re true? EVs have been on the road now for over a decade, and that 60% number would be well-known (and not just in looney tune circles) if it had any basis in reality. That said, calling Aptera a “carmaker” is a bit generous, since they haven’t made any cars. Agree 100% that their claims are misleading.

  2. We’ll be lucky to see 10% adoption of EVs in the next 5 years. If you’re in the auto industry and actually know the real truth about them, you’ll realize that they are extremely limited, unless you live in a warm metro area with EV charging infrastructure. LA, Phoenix, and a few tier one cites.

    Hybrids with efuels is a more practical and attainable approach. But all the Biden coolaid drinkers are chasing down the rabbit hole of EV. The chief scientist of Toyota has it right. (And I’m. GM dealer)

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