2020 Chevy Bolt EV
The 2020 Chevy Bolt is an all-electric hatchback. This is an entry point EV that is affordable by most everyone in the market for a new vehicle. Bolt EV upgrades include a larger 66 kWh battery pack giving an EPA-approved range of 259 miles per charge, up from 234 miles of previous model years.
The 2020 Bolt EV comes in 2 trim levels which are both front wheel drive.
- LT: $37,495
- Premier: $41,895
Charging & Range
Chevy updated its battery pack to a 66 kWh increasing its driving range to 259 miles on a single charge. A 7.2 kW onboard charging module is standard. Chevy recommends a 240-volt/32-amp home charging unit.
The Bolt recharges at a rate of 4 mph with a 120V plug, and about 10 mph if you use a 240V home charger.
According to Chevy:
Bolt EV offers an EPA-estimated 259 miles of range, nearly 10% more than previous model years, or 21 miles farther than before. You can go a day or possibly even a few days without needing to charge.
The 2020 Bolt EV model makes 200 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque providing smooth acceleration off the line.
- 0-60 mph in 6.3 sec.
- Horsepower: 200
- Seating capacity: 5
- Cargo volume: 16.9 cu. ft. Max cargo volume: 56.6 cu. ft.
- Drive-train: front wheel drive (fwd)
- Breaking: 123 feet to go from 60 mph to a standstill
- 10.2-inch diagonal color touch-screen
- 8-inch diagonal Driver Information Center
- Apple CarPlay compatibility
- Android Auto compatibility1
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
Generous front and rear passenger space make the Bolt EV very comfortable for four and even decently spacious for five.
Fold down the rear seats, and the Bolt’s 16.9 cubic feet of cargo space expands to 56.6 cubic feet. Power-adjustable seats are not available.
Despite its small trunk, the Bolt has plenty of room for passengers. With 36.5 inches of rear legroom, it offers passengers more room to stretch out
There’s a useful compartment directly behind the electronic shifter that’s perfectly sized for a smartphone, and the center console is generously proportioned.