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
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.
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 GM-Trucks.com for more details and information on the Equinox EV as it gets closer to production in a few months.