Big things are on the horizon for Chevrolet — specifically, the 2023 Bolt EUV, which is officially getting a new Redline Edition while the rest of the Bolt EV lineup carries over unchanged. For those unfamiliar, the Redline Edition is a popular appearance package Chevy has been offering on a number of its ICE vehicles over the last few years. The package includes gloss black 17-inch wheels with red accents, a black and red Bolt EUV badge on the rear hatch, and red accent decals on the mirror caps.
The Redline Edition has three paint colour options: Summit White, Mosaic Black Metallic, and Silver Flare Metallic. As far as interior details, the Redline Edition typically offers black leather upholstery and red accent stitching.
The Bolt EUV is positioned as an upgraded version of the revamped 2022 Bolt EV, and offers drivers a little extra space and the Super Cruise feature. Aside from the new colour options offered with the Redline Edition package, Chevrolet has confirmed that everything else carries over for the 2023 model year. This includes a 200-horsepower electric motor, front-wheel drive, a 65-kwh battery pack, and an EPA-range of 259 miles for the Bolt EV and 247 miles for the Bolt EUV.
While pricing for the 2023 models has not yet been confirmed, the 2022 Bolt EV had a base price of $38,198 base price (down $6,800 from 2021) and the 2022 Bolt EUV started at $40,198.