All automakers are focusing aggressively on their electric vehicle lineups. Not to be outdone, Chevy has just announced its 2024 Equinox EV, which comes with a starting price of $30,000.
The new Equinox EV seems to be solid choice for buyers who have been waiting of a more affordable electric vehicle.
It is powered by GM’s Ultium platform and delivers up to 300 miles of range. It also supports standard DC fast-charging at up to 150kW, which can achieve 70 miles of range in only ten minutes.
The Chevy Equinox EV will come in LT and RS trims with FWD or eAWD drive systems. Features include walk-up lighting, standard 19″ wheels (up to 21″ wheels are available), a hands-free liftgate, and a two-tone option with a white (LT) or black (RS) roof. A host of safety assist features will be included, plus Chevy’s Super Cruise hands-free driving technology.
The 2024 Equinox EV will be available in fall 2023. When it arrives it will compete with the likes of the Tesla Model Y, which costs $35,000 more.