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  • Chevrolet recently teased the distinctive LED lights of the 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV.
  • The Chevrolet Bolt EUV will use GM’s BEV2 electric vehicle platform and feature the Super Cruise self-driving system.
  • Chevrolet will start Chevy Bolt EUV production in the summer of 2021, and the model should go on sale by year’s end.

Chevrolet is amping up the excitement for its electric vehicle lineup, which is bannered by an unnamed electric pickup truck previously teased in November and the Bolt EUV, whose dashboard and silhouette were also previewed earlier.

Just recently, the automaker has shared a look of the Bolt EUV’s most notable features: its signature LED lights.

According to Chevrolet, the Bolt will be released in two different types. Both models will be electric and become part of its 2022 model year lineup. The Bolt EV will be an updated version of the current hatchback model, while the Bolt EUV will be an entirely new electric crossover.

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The silhouette of the Bolt EUV was teased back in August. | Source: GM

The teased signature lights are characterized by a sharp and thin appearance as well as a blacked-out “Bolt EUV” badge. Positioned just above the headlights, they will also feature a sequential turn signal and LED daytime running lights.

The Bolt EV will reportedly get similar-looking lights.

The Chevy Bolt EUV, like the upcoming Bolt EV, will be built on General Motors’ BEV2 electric-vehicle platform instead of the Ultium battery platform. It will be the first Chevrolet model to be equipped with GM’s self-driving technology known as the Super Cruise.

The Super Cruise system operates on more than 200,000 miles of roads across the United States and Canada. It also gives drivers the ability to engage an automated lane change with the help of the vehicle’s turn-signal stalk.

Both the Bolt EUV and Bolt EV are set to enter production in the summer of 2021 and are expected to arrive by the end of the year.

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