Chevrolet has announced that the new Ultium powered Equinox EV will debut with  “well-contented” front-wheel drive and all-wheel-drive models with cheaper variants on the way in 2024.

Driver’s side view of 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV 3LT in Riptide Blue driving down a road. Preproduction model shown. Actual production model may vary. 

Equinox EV – Launching with featured models for MY 2024

The brand announced that Chevrolet dealers will be able to start ordering full-featured front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive Equinox EV models starting the first week of November. Those models will start at $48,995 for the FWD version and $52,395 for the AWD version. Those prices include destination but do not include a federal EV tax credit.

The first trims to be produced will be 2RS FWD and 2RS AWD models. Those models have already been EPA-certified at 319 miles of range.

The 2RS models include:

  • 17.7-inch-diagonal color touch-screen
  • Multi-color ambient lighting
  • Chevy Safety Assist, HD Surround Vision Camera, Safety Alert Seat, Reverse Auto Braking
  • Super Cruise and Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Google Built-In
  • Wireless Charging
  • Autosense Power Liftgate
  • 21-inch black wheels
  • Black Evotex interior with red accents
  • Heated front seats and heated, flat-bottom steering wheel
  • One-Pedal Driving and Regen on Demand
  • Dual-level Charge Cord
  • Towing Wiring Provisions
  • 11.5kW AC Charging Capable
  • 150kW DC Fast Charging Capable
Wide view of front cabin in 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV 1LT with Black with Blue Accents interior. Preproduction model shown. Actual production model may vary.

Equinox EV – Sub $30,000 model coming in late 2024

The lower content and more affordable Equinox EV will debut later in 2024 as a potential 2025 model-year vehicle. Chevrolet had previously announced their goals were “around $30k” and “over 250 miles of range.”

Interestingly enough, the brand is delivering on those estimates. Chevrolet announced that the lower-cost Equinox EV would be priced at $34,994 before a $7,500 federal tax credit. That means the high-volume Equinox EV could cost customers as little as $27,494, including delivery.

That model will also overperform GM’s range estimate- traveling nearly 315 miles on a single charge.

Rear three-quarter view of 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV 3RS in Iridescent Pearl driving down a city street at night. Preproduction model shown. Actual production model may vary.

Interest in Equinox EV Is High

Chevrolet also announced that nearly 200,000 people have expressed interest or “raised their hand” for Equinox EV. Stay tuned to for more details and information on the Equinox EV as it gets closer to production in a few months.