Battery Range and Charging Times
Although the EPA has yet to release official ratings, General Motors estimates that the Bolt EUV will be able to travel up to 250 miles on a full battery charge.
Every model comes standard with the Dual Level Charge Cord, which plugs into both 120- and 240-volt power outlets, drawing up to 7.2 kilowatts. Chevy is also partnering with Qmerit to install 240-volt outlets in homes, free of charge, making it quick and easy to recharge your Bolt EUV battery.
With a dedicated Level 2 charger, the Bolt’s onboard charger can draw up to 11 kilowatts, reducing overall charge time to seven hours.
Not to mention, the Bolt’s DC Fast Charge capabilities: head to a DC fast-charging station for the fastest possible recharge, gaining up to 95 miles worth of battery power during a 30-minute charge.
- GM estimates 250-mile range (EPA ratings not out yet)
- 120 volts: 4 miles in 1 hour of charging
- 240 volts: Full charge in about 7 hours
- DC Fast Charge: Up to 95 miles in 30 minutes