The 2024 Chevy Equinox EV Provides A Satisfying Round Off To GM’s Portfolio

2024 Equinox EV

It’s safe to say that 2022 has been an electrifying year for Chevrolet, General Motors (GM) subsidiary. After parading around a slew of electric vehicles such as the Silverado EV and Blazer EV this year, the rollouts continue with the all-new 2024 Equinox EV; an affordable SUV made to provide an easy and seamless transition to an electric vehicle.

“We are at a turning point where EVs will be the mainstream choice for the next generation of customers, and Equinox EV will lead this charge for us,” said Mary Barra, Chair and CEO of General Motors. “With the flexibility of GM’s Ultium Platform, we are bringing to market vehicles at nearly every price point and for every purpose.”

The base Equinox EV 1LT, with a starting price of about $30,000 (plus destination fee), brings this Chevy model into the compact SUV segment and is expected to be the most inexpensive EV in this category. It should conclude the most important segments of the company’s EV portfolio: full-size trucks, midsize SUVs, and compact SUVs. It will also have an estimated 300 miles of range on a full charge.

Chevrolet is now positioned to offer a wide array of EVs,” said Scott Bell, vice president of Chevrolet. “We know truck and SUV customers better than anyone, and we’ve channeled that insight and experience into our new EVs.”

On top of the Ultium-derived propulsion technologies, interior features consist of a large infotainment screen w/ an available 17.7-inch-diagonal system, a suite of standard and available driver assistance technologies, and available Super Cruise hands-free driver assistance technology for compatible roads.

“The Equinox EV is an EV for everyone,” said Bell. “It’s an affordable game-changer, offering an uncompromising experience, with more features that won’t change your daily routine — except that you will no longer have to stop at the gas station.”

Super Cruise Technology

GM’s hands-free, semi-autonomous Super Cruise driving assistant made its first introduction in the now-retired Cadillac CT6 luxury sedan and has slowly made its way to particular models in the automaker’s portfolio, such as the Cadillac Escalade, Chevy Silverado, Chevy Bolt EUV and GMC Sierra. Many of GM’s next-gen electrics also involve the Super Cruise technology, including the all-new 2024 Equinox.

The Equinox EV will offer the Super Cruise as an option in the 2LT trim and above. This means those opting for the base 1LT will not get access to the Super Cruise system. Overall, 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT trim levels, together with the sport-themed 2RS and 3RS, are among the trims offered for this new SUV.

The Super Cruise technology necessitates an active plan or trial, which begins at $25 per month as a standalone. The subscription for the Super Cruise can also be tacked onto specific OnStar plans for an extra $15 per month. This technology, also called an SAE Level 2 semi-autonomous system, permits hands-free driving on over 200,000 miles of North American and Canadian highways deemed compatible. This technology can also enable auto-lane changes and is harmonious with a trailer on certain GM vehicles.

The exact details and ordering for the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV will be available closer to the beginning of production, which is set to take place at the General Motors Ramos Arizpe plant in Mexico. When the time comes to make your purchase of their latest EV iteration, be sure to do it at Miami Lakes Automall. We sell a wide variety of vehicles from the brand that range in several different shapes and sizes.

Simply view our online new car inventory to see all we offer. Once you find something that suits your needs and interests, feel free to chat with one of our representatives for more information.

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