Chevrolet is planning to release a new electric car in the Equinox model for the year 2024. This will be Chevy's first all-electric SUV and it is expected to have a 200-mile range on a single charge. With gas prices on the rise and more people looking to buy electric cars, this could be a great option for those looking for an affordable, eco-friendly vehicle.
Chevy has been making plans since 2017 when it announced its "EV1" Bolt EV partnership with LG Chem of South Korea which will provide Chevrolet access to batteries that are less expensive than what Tesla uses in their vehicles. The company also recently unveiled its next generation Volt at CES 2018; an updated version of the Volt was teased on social media earlier this week. With the government's push towards environmental sustainability and the increased demand for electric cars, Chevy's all-electric SUV is an option many people are looking forward to.
With gas prices on the rise and more people looking to buy electric cars, this could be a great option for those looking for an affordable, eco-friendly vehicle.
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Chevrolet has not yet announced pricing for this new vehicle, but some industry analysts believe it may be on par with its competitors such as Nissan or Tesla. Additionally, people have been outspoken about their enjoyment of Equinox, so they may be inclined to switch from a similar vehicle to this new electric model.