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2023 Chevy Bolt EUV Hopes To Hide Its Disastrous Past

The Chevrolet Bolt EUV's first model year was tainted by a battery fire risk, which led to a recall that included nearly every Bolt EV and EUV on the road. Production was also paused to address the battery flaws. This major issue weakened buyers' faith in Chevy's electric lineup, which could potentially hurt GM's imminent EV overhaul. Clearly, the bowtie brand wants to put that situation in the rearview mirror, and it's taking advantage of the upcoming 2023 model year with a new Redline Edition for the Bolt EUV.

The Redline Edition brings 17" gloss black aluminum wheels, red accents on the mirror caps and rims, and black and red badging on the liftgate. This appearance package is available in Mosaic Black Metallic, Silver Flare Metallic, and Summit White. Moving on to the interior, the leather upholstery is finished in Jet Black, and there is red accent stitching throughout.

It won't be easy for Chevrolet to regain consumer appeal for the Bolt, but the attractive Redline Edition shows that the company is at least trying. Also remember that the Bolt EUV is the first Chevy to offer GM's impressive Super Cruise hands-free driving system. This electric crossover also includes an 8-inch digital gauge cluster, 16.3 cubic feet of trunk space, and an estimated 247 miles of range. The 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EUV will be arriving this summer, though the Redline Edition will be exclusive to the US, Canada, and Korea.

Do you think the Redline Edition will help the Bolt EUV at all?

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