Chevrolet Electric Cars, SUVs, & Trucks Models - Schumacher Chevrolet of Little Falls

Chevrolet's electric vehicle lineup is expanding fast, and while these new vehicles have a lot in common, there also might be one that suits your driving needs better than another. To help you make sense of this exciting new technology, and find which of the innovative new electric Chevrolets works best for you, Schumacher Chevrolet has put together a helpful guide to the Chevrolet EV range.

Chevrolet Bolt EV

Bolt EV

Key Features

  • Starting at $25,600 MSRP*
  • 200 horsepower, 0-60 in 6.5 seconds
  • 259 miles of range
  • 10.3-inch Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System
  • Seating for 5
  • Available HD Surround Vision including HD Rear Vision Camera

Chevrolet's first mass-market pure electric car, the Bolt, is the most affordable EV for sale in the US and represents an incredible value for money. A 200-horsepower hatchback with a surprisingly roomy interior is a winning vehicle type no matter what, but when it also packs 259 miles of electric range, it's easy to see why it has been such a strong seller. The styling is distinctive, both inside and out, hinting at the advanced nature of the technology driving it. The Bolt remains the best way to get into an EV.

Chevrolet Bolt EUV

Bolt EUV

Key Features

  • Starting at $27,200 MSRP*
  • 200 horsepower, 0-60 in 7 seconds
  • 247 miles of range
  • 56.9 cubic feet of cargo space
  • Available Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Available Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert

As the name implies, the Bolt EUV is essentially a Bolt EV with a slightly bigger and higher crossover-type body. This gives you more cargo capacity, and more rear legroom, always good things to have in a compact vehicle. Like that hatchback EV, the Bolt EUV is a fantastic value for money, the most affordable way to get into an electric crossover. While bigger, the interior of the EUV should look familiar to anyone who has seen the EV's interior. You get the same Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Plus system with a 10.2-inch HD color touchscreen, and the same dash, featuring an 8-inch enhanced multi-color configurable graphic display.

Chevrolet Equinox EV

Equinox EV

Key Features

  • Starting at $30,000 MSRP*
  • Up to 290 horsepower, 0-60 in 6 seconds
  • Up to 300 miles of range
  • 17.7-inch Freeform display screen
  • Available Super Cruise™ driver assistance technology for compatible roads
  • FWD with available eAWD

Although it shares a name with a conventional gas-powered crossover, the Equinox EV is a totally different vehicle. Built front the ground up on Chevrolet's Ultium platform to be an EV, the Equinox EV is a fresh and technology-forward take on what the Equinox can be. Available with either FWD or with a second motor for eAWD, the Equinox offers all the practicality you want in a compact crossover. The 1,500lbs in towing capacity is what you get out of the gas-powered model as well, and the interior dimensions will feel familiar too. The Equinox EV even has the option of Super Cruise hands-free driving on the 400,000 miles of compatible roads in the US and Canada.

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Chevrolet Blazer EV

Blazer EV

Key Features

  • Starting at $44,995 (estimated) MSRP*
  • Up to 557 horsepower, 0-60 in under 4 seconds
  • Up to 320 miles of range
  • 17.7-inch Freeform display screen
  • Available in FWD, RWD or eAWD
  • Available Super Cruise™ driver assistance technology

Like the other EV models that share a name with a conventional Chevrolet model, the Blazer EV isn't a clumsy retrofit of a gas-powered Blazer. The Blazer EV is a totally new vehicle, which brings you everything you already liked about the Blazer, but in electric form. The Blazer EV is a sporty and good-looking crossover with a lot of practicality. In fact, this is all even more true of the EV than the conventional Blazer. The EV has more power, a lot more, and only the EV can offer a choice of FWD, RWD, or eAWD. The interior speaks to the performance-oriented nature of the Blazer EV, complete with a racing-inspired flat-bottom steering wheel.

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Chevrolet Silverado EV

Silverado EV

Key Features

  • Starting at (estimated) MSRP*
  • Up to 660 horsepower, 0-60 in 4.5 seconds
  • Up to 400 miles of range
  • 14 available camera views
  • 10,000lbs towing capacity, 20,000lbs on upcoming WT model
  • Available air suspension

The most power, longest range EV in the Chevrolet electric vehicle lineup, the Silverado EV packs a massive 660 horsepower and 780lb-ft of torque. The electric pickup offers a ton of storage, from the bed, to the locking front trunk, even the center console features a cavernous storage compartment, thanks to a lack of transmission. And that's before you consider the impressive towing capacity. The upcoming WT model will even out-tow the conventional Silverado, already the best towing capacity in its class. The Silverado EV is a seriously capable pickup, which also happens to be an EV, something you won't find anywhere else.

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*The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price excludes destination freight charge, tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment.